Saturday, November 13, 2010

How to Install Firebug Add-on in your Mozilla Firefox Browser

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The web developers most important tool is Firebug. It's basically a Mozilla Firefox add-on which makes our I mean developers life is very ease to debug and develop web pages. To inspect HTML or ASPX page elements even javascript one can easily use the firebug add-on. The firebug application provide us to detect bugs on any website. It can identify any tag mistakes or CSS conflicts that you have made in your page incorrectly. Firebug also has a live modification feature where you can change the code & see the effect immediately.

To install Firebug in your Mozilla Firefox follow the below steps:

1. Open Firefox Browser and click into the Tools Menu. Then select Add-ons.
Firefox_tools Menu

2. Now a popup window will open. Click on Browse All Add-ons at the right side of the popup window.

3. Now a new tab will appear with a search box. Write Firebug and click on continue button.
firebug search

4. Now select the Firebug Add-on from the list and click on “Add to FireFox button”.
pre installation of firebug

5. A new popup window will open. Click on Install Now button.
Installation of firebug

6. That's it. You have successfully installed firebug add-on in your Mozilla Firefox browser.

To ensure the installation of firebug add-on please restart the FireFox. Now you will find a logo in the bottom left or bottom right corner of your browser. To test the firebug load the page where you stuck and click on the logo to continue your inspection.

Hope now you will be ready to use the firebug application and start detecting those bugs that are stopping your design from showing the way you want it.


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