With this new release, support for
Now, when you hover over an element with an inline event, it will show you more information about it:
The same goes for
At the bottom left corner of the window, you will be presented with a summary report of the number of
Updated November 3rd
Wow, this is pretty cool. One question though, why <code>wrappedJSObject</code> property is used in the source?
Yeah, it is, isn't it? 🙂
The <code>wrappedJSObject</code> is just something necessary for Greasemonkey-scripts to get a direct reference to a DOM element.
Oh, that's weird. I was trying to make it into a bookmarklet just now, found JS errors from the <code>wrappedJSObject</code> property, removed them and it kind of work without them. 🙂
Nice tool Robert – detecting obtrusive fashions is really important and useful.
Which way is the recommended to use it as? As a greasemonkey script or as an extension?
Some thoughts: Would it be possible/desirable to do a version as a Ubuquity command and/or as a Firebug extension?
Ah, I see. 🙂
I'd recommend the Greasemonkey approach instead of a bookmarklet, just for the sake of being able to customize domains etc.
I'd recommend Greasemonkey, since it's then very easy to enable/disable, and to customize for which domains it is being run.
As an Ubiquity command sounds interesting, I'll think about that! I've never developed a Firebug extension, so I'm not really sure what it takes, but it seems a lot easier for the developer to write Greasemonkey scripts rather than Firefox extensions in general.
Ugh, I prefer the bookmarklet thing myself. It's a good alternative approach for non-GreaseMonkey setups or non-Firefox platforms. Anyway, I've made it for my own use. Thanks for the code 😀
Nice idea, works pretty cool here. A REST API for this would be cool, too. Maybe I'll have a go at that.
I see. 🙂
Just bear in mind that the code won't work in IE, but otherwise you should be good to go in other web browsers.
Thanks! A REST API complement sounds good, just let me know if you do anything cool with it. 🙂
thanks for sharing.
I installed it on Firefox and I am wondering where I can turn it on and off. It does not appear under add-ons or anywhere else.
The Firefox extension can be found in the add-ons menu, amongst the other add-ons you have installed. Personally, I'd recommend the Greasemonkey script, since it allows enabling/disabling it without restarting the web browser, and also the possibility to customize it per different domains.
Other than that, I think this is a really cool little script!
Great idea! I've added in the code, it will be in the next release!
[…] Full Article […]
[…] la pÃ¡gina de su autor podemos ver su funcionamiento, asÃ como otros soportes de descargas, como en script para […]