Just include this script on the site and you’ll get a Firebug console that pops up for debugging in any browser. Not quite as full featured but it’s still pretty helpful! Remember to remove it when you are done.
Firebug Lite (drag that link to bookmarks bar)
Save the file linked in the upper code to the UserJS directory as a JS code with .js extension and you will be able to use it in every page you visit ( In Opera this worked, it should in others too. Yes, I know, Opera has its own developer tool. ).
Very nice !
it worked in IE too….. Great!
It’s very bad comparing to original Firebug.
@Ant: Think something in positive way.
gah this is very interesting. Seems very useful. Can’t thank you enough.
You make my day :)
Soooo useful, I really hate the Developper tool in IE.
This is so awesome!
It’s all good except as with all editors it won’t hold, I take out and
replace Meta content, the one there is full of rubbish..
refresh and it reverts back.. I have searched the net for 3 years
looking for something on line and I sort of hoped this was it.
Is there some little thing like here
is it that simple, well what ever it is, it’s eluded me… and I’m
slowly loosing the will to try anymore…
all my blogs have $0.00 attached because I can’t change
the Metadata, Please can you put me out of my misery.
yours terry morris
You guys should use this URL in your header to get the most recent (and stable) version of the script: https://getfirebug.com/firebug-lite.js
Oh, also, in order to activate it in newer browsers like IE9 and Safari, you need to click F12.
That’s cool. Wow.
how do I click a keyboard key?
are you serious?
I think he meant “flick” not click, because snapping the F12 with thumb and index is possibly intended for more experienced users, but “flicking” the F12 key is something that just about anyone can manage.
I have got few errors after including the script in my page :
“Unable to get property ‘src’ of undefined or null reference (firebug-lite-compressed.js,68)”
“Unable to get property ‘responseText’ of undefined or null reference (firebug-lite-compressed.js,71)”
This is better than IE Developer tool
Unfortunately bookmarklet doesn’t work in mobile