Firebug: An Essential Tool for Coding CSS

I find the Firebug plugin for Firefox to be exceptionally helpful when working on css.  For a long time, I didn’t even know about Firebug, and was doing it all the hard way.  Not anymore!  I discovered the power of inspect.  By simply pushing cmd+shift+c, I can open the firebug window.  From there, I can hover the mouse over various elements to see the html and css associated with it.  You can even change the css in firebug on the fly and see what it would do in real time without having to upload or commit to anything.  If you’re into coding html, javascript, css, or any web programming, I highly recommend installing firebug and getting familiar with it: Get Firebug



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