Monday, August 08, 2005

All you need is love...and Mozilla Firefox Web Developer Toolbar

The esteemed Patrick H. Lauke has recently published an article about how a web developer can use the Mozilla Firefox Web Developer Toolbar to Evaluate Web Sites for Accessibility.

The toolbar is a pretty awesome tool and I use it all the time. It is the one thing that would prevent me from ever switching to a different browser because I depend on the Web Developer Toolbar as an important part of my tool kit.

Note: In my title I am just being witty. Mozilla Firefox Web Developer Toolbar is just a tool that can assist you in the process of making your web site accessible. You are going to have think and do work yourself.


Anonymous Iza said...

Hi Justin,
The WDT is great but for those needing to use IE, there is another handy tool available:
Web Accessibility Toolbar

I find the Linearize Table option particularly useful.

9:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Greetings from North Cack-A-Lacky! I enjoyed your thoughts, although I give Firefox even a little more credit than you do, I think ;) See what I mean here: pocket pc internet explorer

1:18 AM  

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