Better, Stronger, Safer jQuerify Bookmarklet. A long time ago I built myself a little bookmarklet to load jQuery on pages that don't already have it.
The idea was to allow me to play around with any page on the web, using jQuery in the Firebug (and now Safari or IE8) console. I blogged about it, got lots of great feedback, and then blogged about an improved version. Now that a lot more great feedback has come through the comments of the updated bookmarklet post, I've decided to update it one more time. The Bookmarklet Update: May 7, 2012 Apparently, Safari 5.1 is stricter than other browsers in its enforcement of URL encoding for bookmarklets. To use the bookmarklet, drag the following link to your bookmark/favorites list: Then, when you're on a page in which you want to play around with jQuery in the console, just click the bookmarklet. Problems with the Other One A Few Improvements in This One To handle the problems, I'm having the script do a few things differently: Update. Download details: Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar. FireQuery is a Firebug extension for jQuery development.
v1.4.1 released on August 29, 2013 NEW compatibility with jQuery 2.0+ IMPROVED compatibility with Firebug 1.12.0 v1.3 released on October 03, 2012 IMPROVED updated for more strict Firefox 17 security model IMPROVED yellow highlighting of data changes works more reliably in HTML Panel v1.2 released on April 17, 2012 FIXED fixed broken jQuery.data when using "Show internal jQuery data", introduced in v1.1 (issue #28) v1.1 released on June 01, 2012 IMPROVED jQuery 1.7.1 does not present internal jQuery data structures in .data() call anymore, see FAQ IMPROVED marked as compatible with Firefox 9.* FIXED fixed compatibility with Firebug 1.9 IMPROVED updated jQuery to 1.7.1 (jQuerify feature) v1.0 released on June 26, 2012 IMPROVED marked as compatible with Firefox 5.* FIXED fixed broken compatibility with Firebug 1.8 IMPROVED updated jQuery to 1.6.1 (jQuerify feature) IMPROVED updated jQueryLint to 1.1 v0.9 released on February 07, 2011 IMPROVED upgraded jQuery to 1.5 (jQuerify feature)
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This will generate the following result. This button is equivalent to the "Inspect Element" in a webpage context menu. 4. The same as HTML->DOM. 6. Performance Testing.