Free Web Design Tools – Web Developer Plug In

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One of the things that I like most about the Firefox browser is that there are so many free plug-ins that will do almost anything that you want. Because the program itself is open source there are thousands of developers who are working on more each day. Because their work is also open source their plug-ins can be easily reviewed by the community who can pass on their reviews or security warnings. It also makes hiding spyware and other bad stuff virtually impossible. So any of them you find on the on the Firefox site should work well and safely.

Today I’m recommending a valuable tool for anyone designing websites. The Web Developer 1.1.3 plug in, by Chris Pederick for the Firefox browser. The Web Developer extension adds a menu and a toolbar to the browser with various very useful web developer tools. It can be used to edit text, css, tables, and much more.
It is designed for Firefox, Flock, Mozilla and Seamonkey, and will run on any platform that these browsers support including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.


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  1. […] have written before about Firefox. It’s my browser of choice and one of the reasons is that because it’s open source […]

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