Wednesday, August 22nd, 2007

XRAY your Internet Explorer

Category: Utility

<>p>We had a great response for XRAY, the “free cross browser tool that lets you see the box model in action for any element, letting you see beneath the skin of any web page.”

The number one question was “but what about IE???” and now we have the answer. The latest release supports IE6 and above, and “displays information about an element’s borders, and allows you to move around the document with arrow keys. Use the up, down, left and right key to XRAY the currently selected element’s parent, first child, and previous and next siblings.”

XRAY on IE 6

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Awesome work!

Comment by Rey Bango — August 22, 2007

I will definitely be installing this as I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that I hate debugging IE 6′s display.

Mike.

Comment by Mike Kelp — August 23, 2007

Remind’s me of Modi by Slayeroffice.: http://slayeroffice.com/tools/modi/v2.0/modi_help.html

Comment by Dustin York — August 25, 2007

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