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DOM Inspector Tutorial

Sunday June 9th, 2002

To most people, Mozilla's DOM Inspector is a useful tool for debugging web pages. To grayrest, it's "the greatest thing since sliced bread". His tutorial, grayrest's Guide to the DOM Inspector, provides an informative introduction to this handy accessory.


#12 Re: Re: Re: Not in Netscape 7 PR1

by dveditz

Friday June 14th, 2002 12:10 AM

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It's a great feature for web developers, but those aren't the primary market for Netscape 7. For the vast majority of folks tools like the DOM inspector and the JS debugger will just confuse them and add to their download time.

It sure would be nice, though, if both were made easily available on developer.netscape.com or some such place rather than make people guess which of the many versions offered on mozilla.org were compatible wih which Netscape release.