Working together for standards The Web Standards Project

Chris Pederick’s outstanding Web Developer Toolbar has long been a must-have tool for web developers & designers using Firefox and other Mozilla-based browsers.

Now, webheads who’re still using IE for Windows (yes, there really are some, and they deserve our pity ;-) have a comparable tool: the Web Accessibility Toolbar. Much like Chris Pedrick’s Mozilla toolbar, the Web Accessibility Toolbar allows you to validate pages, resize the browser, disable images or CSS and much more with the click of a button.

IE still doesn’t have anything like the coherent and accurate script error messages one gets from Mozilla’s JavaScript Console, let alone the functionality of the Venkman JavaScript Debugger, but this looks like a great tool nevertheless.

(hat-tip: Vincent Flanders)

Return to top

Post a Reply

Comments are closed.

All of the entries posted in WaSP Buzz express the opinions of their individual authors. They do not necessarily reflect the plans or positions of the Web Standards Project as a group.

This site is valid XHTML 1.0 Strict, CSS | Get Buzz via RSS or Atom | Colophon | Legal