Using the Firefox Console

Using the Firefox Console

In a previous post I showed the features of the Safari and Chrome consoles. Here, I do the same for the Firefox console, which has many similar features, as well as a couple of features unique to Firefox. This is a great way to get comfortable in all the major browser...
Editing your HTML and CSS in the browser

Editing your HTML and CSS in the browser

Chrome and Safari both allow you to edit and experiment with your HTML and CSS right in the browser. The tools and features available in both these browsers have expanded considerably in the past couple of years, giving developers many more options for experimenting...
Using the Console

Using the Console

In a previous video about using the browser developer tools, I focus on how to use the JavaScript console to experiment with and test your JavaScript code. In the following videos, I provide a quick overview of the main features in the Safari and Chrome developer...
Experimenting with CSS

Experimenting with CSS

Over the years CSS has grown… a lot. Just like with HTML and JavaScript APIs (like geolocation and web storage), the specification for CSS—that is, what constitutes correct CSS rules and properties—is managed by the W3C, the World Wide Web...

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