3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 18, 2006 6:14 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Web developer tolbar

      Hello Experts,
      I am so grateful for all the excellent support I get on this forum.

      I am following CSS tutorials on Lynda.com, in which they use the "Web Developers Tool Bar". It is a Dreamweaver extension, I believe, that when implemented establishes a tool bar that contains the following buttons:
      "Disable, Cookies, CSS, Forms, Images, Information, Miscellaneous, Outline, Resize, Tools, View Source, Options".

      Of course, it may be that there is a choice as to which tools are actually deployed in the tool bar.

      Since I did not purchase the premium subscription, I can't get the information from the tutorial as to where to find it. Can anyone help? I have prerused Dreamweaver exchange, but either it has a different name, or it lives in a location I have not successfully guessed.

      Thanks in advance for any help.
      Richard
        • 1. Re: Web developer tolbar
          Level 7
          RTalbott wrote:
          > Hello Experts,
          > I am so grateful for all the excellent support I get on this forum.
          >
          > I am following CSS tutorials on Lynda.com, in which they use the "Web
          > Developers Tool Bar". It is a Dreamweaver extension, I believe, that
          > when implemented establishes a tool bar that contains the following
          > buttons: "Disable, Cookies, CSS, Forms, Images, Information,
          > Miscellaneous, Outline, Resize, Tools, View Source, Options".

          I believe they're talking about a browser extension, not a DW extension.
          http://chrispederick.com/work/webdeveloper/

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          • 2. Re: Web developer tolbar
            Level 7
            Richard, as Thierry has suggested, it is most definately referring to the
            Firefox extension he has given you the link for. You'll need to have Firefox
            installed to install the extension :-)

            BTW - it's a very useful extension, my most used one in fact.
            Best,
            Brendon

            "RTalbott" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
            news:e9jkf4$hm7$1@forums.macromedia.com...
            > Hello Experts,
            > I am so grateful for all the excellent support I get on this forum.
            >
            > I am following CSS tutorials on Lynda.com, in which they use the "Web
            > Developers Tool Bar". It is a Dreamweaver extension, I believe, that when
            > implemented establishes a tool bar that contains the following buttons:
            > "Disable, Cookies, CSS, Forms, Images, Information, Miscellaneous,
            > Outline,
            > Resize, Tools, View Source, Options".
            >
            > Of course, it may be that there is a choice as to which tools are actually
            > deployed in the tool bar.
            >
            > Since I did not purchase the premium subscription, I can't get the
            > information
            > from the tutorial as to where to find it. Can anyone help? I have
            > prerused
            > Dreamweaver exchange, but either it has a different name, or it lives in a
            > location I have not successfully guessed.
            >
            > Thanks in advance for any help.
            > Richard
            >
            >


            • 3. Re: Web developer tolbar
              Level 7
              On 18 Jul 2006 in macromedia.dreamweaver, Brendon wrote:

              > Richard, as Thierry has suggested, it is most definately referring
              > to the Firefox extension he has given you the link for. You'll need
              > to have Firefox installed to install the extension :-)

              Actually, ISTR that there's a version for other Moz browsers, too.

              > BTW - it's a very useful extension, my most used one in fact.

              One of the most useful I have.

              BTW2: have a look at the latest release of Opera - it has several useful
              diagnostic tools right out of the box.

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