Toggle Element State with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox
The image above displays Chrome's "Toggle Element State" button, allowing developers to toggle CSS states via checkboxes.
The image displays Firebug's likewise menu, triggered by the down arrow on the CSS tab for an element.
This allows active CSS state bugging vs. simple CSS explorations to be much, much easier. Happy CSS debugging!
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Row highlighting and individual cell highlighting in tables is pretty simple in every browser that supports :hover on all elements (basically everything except IE6). Column highlighting is a bit more difficult. Luckily MooTools 1.2.3 makes the process easy.
A normal table. The cells...