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    SitePoint Enthusiast AndrewGardner's Avatar
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    New Release: CodeBurner for Firefox. Grab the Extension, Get a FREE eBook!

    Firefox users rejoice! We're very excited to announce CodeBurner for Firefox, a FREE new standalone version of CodeBurner, our revolutionary browser extension that puts reference data right in your test environment.

    CodeBurner adds a convenient panel to the bottom of your Firefox browser, which can be easily hidden or displayed as required. You can look up HTML and CSS reference material by browsing the source code of the current page or by typing your query into the handy search field. With CodeBurner, syntax information, browser compatibility charts and sample code for HTML and CSS are now only a click away!

    Previously we released CodeBurner for Firebug, the popular web development tool. But now we’re skipping the middleman completely – CodeBurner for Firefox doesn’t depend on any other extension. It’s self-contained and ready to go!

    So why miss a beat looking for answers?

    CodeBurner for Firefox — putting HTML and CSS material at your fingertips.

    Download for FREE right now!

    Plus, for a limited time we’re including a BONUS eBook, Build Your Own Firefox Extension, (valued at $9.95) for FREE when you download CodeBurner for Firefox. This slick new title from renowned JavaScript specialist James Edwards (Brothercake) will show you how easy it can be to build super Firefox extensions.
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    The plugin is good for beginners -- I really like this book though this could be pretty cool to try out. Thanks :P

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    The myextension_template1.zip template listed in the PDF points to a dead page: sitepoint.com/books/byofirefoxpdf1/code.php

    Can you make the file available here?

    Thanks!

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    Should be very useful. Thank you!

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    I've tried it out and it's a very useful extention for firefox.

    Though why is the advert shown to other browsers? I don't see much relevance for Opera users.
    Jake Arkinstall
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    Sometimes its enough to make that wheel more rounded"-Molona

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    wow , when i come into the sitepoint today , i just notice the firefox get codeburner on the right corner .not enough time for me to wondering , then i just saw this thread
    what a surprise , i'll definitely try it out !

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    Quote Originally Posted by arkinstall View Post
    I've tried it out and it's a very useful extention for firefox.

    Though why is the advert shown to other browsers? I don't see much relevance for Opera users.
    Good question Jake and one we talked about a lot. In the end we decided to go with everyone, as we felt that there was a substantial amount of people who use multiple browsers. Example use chrome for everyday browsing and Firefox for debugging.
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    Theoretical Physics Student bronze trophy Jake Arkinstall's Avatar
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    Good answer!

    I use both FireFox and Opera - mainly Opera, and there's so little difference between them that I don't realise if I'm using firefox at any point!

    In fact, I'll look into developing a codeburner plugin/widget for Opera.
    Jake Arkinstall
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    Sometimes its enough to make that wheel more rounded"-Molona

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    Quote Originally Posted by arkinstall View Post
    Good answer!

    I use both FireFox and Opera - mainly Opera, and there's so little difference between them that I don't realise if I'm using firefox at any point!

    In fact, I'll look into developing a codeburner plugin/widget for Opera.
    I don't want to discourage you Jake -- maybe you can do a better job than us . But we might be already testing an opera and standalone flex version
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    A big surprise.

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    I tried downloading the "bundle" 3 times. Twice with FireFox, once with Opera. But the PDF won't open. Gives a "file is corrupt" error. Is this only me and my older reader, or ??

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    very nice. this is very useful and tried
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