Safari debug menu

Steve Champeon took a moment out of his busy life to post this to webdesign-l today. Kinda cool:

Here’s a neat trick, for those of you using Safari. If you want to see the debug menu (which includes goodies like a DOM tree viewer and a “snippet viewer”, which lets you take a snippet of HTML and view it as Safari will render it, sort of like a split-screen WYSIWYG editor) just shut down Safari, open up Terminal and type:

defaults write IncludeDebugMenu 1

And start Safari again. To turn it off again, run the same command with a 0 instead of a 1.






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