Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar

It’s a pain to build web sites that behave prop­er­ly in Inter­net Explor­er — and, if my IE7 beta any idi­ca­tion, it will con­tin­ue to be a pain.

But, Microsoft just released the Inter­net Explor­er Devel­op­er Tool­bar Beta.

Some of the many fea­tures are:

  • View HTML object class names, ID’s, and details such as link paths, tab index val­ues, and access keys.
  • Out­line tables, table cells, images, or select­ed tags.
  • Val­i­date HTML, CSS, WAI, and RSS web feed links.
  • Dis­play image dimen­sions, file sizes, path infor­ma­tion, and alter­nate (ALT) text.
  • Imme­di­ate­ly resize the brows­er win­dow to 800×600 or a cus­tom size.
  • Dis­play a ful­ly fea­tured design ruler to help accu­rate­ly align objects on your pages.

But of course, I still love the Web Devel­op­er Exten­sion for Fire­fox. It’s just that some­times you have to work with IE.

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