I really hope that Stuart Robertsson, the maker of the ingenious Firefox Add-on X-Ray,
So what is X-Ray?
For you who don’t know what X-Ray is. It’s an add-on for Firefox that enables you to see the HTML on a web page without having to look at the source code. It justs shows tags around the different elements directly on a web page and gives you an instant glimpse of how the page is built.
I use it to get a quick understanding of how web pages others built are structured but also to see what class or id a certain element has, which header level a heading has and things like that on the pages I’m currently working on. It’s one of those small tools that have proved to be really useful.
So please, Stuart Robertson, update X-Ray to work with Firefox 3 as soon as possible!
Update [2008-07-10]: I just discovered that Stuart has posted a comment at designmeme.com that he actually have submitted an updated version to addons.mozilla.org, but I can’t find it. Is there anybody else who has?
Update 2 [2008-08-21]: It’s finally here! And it’s been available for the last six days, I just haven’t noticed. It’s with pure joy I can say that I yet again can use X-Ray in my daily work. Install it now from addons.mozilla.org.