“Selenium IDE is the a Firefox plugin that does record-and-playback of interactions with the browser. Use this to either create simple scripts, assist in exploratory testing. It can also export Remote Control or WebDriver scripts, though they tend to be somewhat brittle and should be overhauled into some sort of Page Object-y structure for any kind of [...]
I have been a huge fan of Firefox for a few years now.
My chief motivation for the switch was Firebug, and the adherence to standards.
As of yesterday I switched to Internet Explorer 8. Firefox was simply freezing up my machine — hogging memory and processor power like no-ones business. I have found it almost impossible to [...]
Considering the fact that upgrading to a “better browser” (even if you decide that this is simply IE7 or IE8) is so simple, free – and ultimately beneficial – is it not time for the community to start being more direct in their attempts to persuade users to [...]
I have been using the Firebug extension for Firefox since being introduced to it at my interview for my job at [...]
Developers, open source fans and other flavors of geeks wait eagerly for their chance to download the latest veriosn of Firefox. GMT +2 should get their chance this [...]
I specifically tired of waiting for ads to load on Facebook! There seem to be loads of problems with the way the ads are being served up, and it slows down the page loading speeds.
So I went in search of a solution, and found it in the form of the AdBlock Add-on for Firefox. Like [...]
“Draw a ruler across any webpage to check the width, height, or alignment of page elements in pixels.”
Another handy Firefox extension. To get measurements of elements in webpages I would normally take a screen-shot of the page, paste it into Photoshop, and measure it there. This is so much easier!
Get it here…