DOM-tree Viewer For Mozilla

Sunday September 19th, 1999

Roland Mainz writes in with an interesting bit of news for people interested in getting a view of how their page is organized via the DOM. Roland writes:

"We have a new feature in Mozilla, which beats IE5 (again):

- IE5 has a tree-view for XML documents
- Mozilla now has a DOM-tree viewer (XML, HTML etc.)

Available from the menu item 'Debug | DOM Viewer'.

Take a look at Bug 11369 for details ! This rocks !"

I'm not sure if this is available in the latest nightly builds, or if you have to build a debug build to see it.

#3 DOM-tree Viewer For Mozilla

by Anon

Monday September 20th, 1999 9:33 AM

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This feature is most important for XML developers because now they can browse their documents without making a stylesheet.

Maybe later we can add a DOM editor based on this work, e.g. add/remove/edit elements/attributes dynamically... :-)