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Jesse introduces Firebug 1.0, the live CSS editor which runs inside Firefox. See how you can easily identify elements by rolling the mouse over them, select them, see the html and see which rules apply to the segment (or those that have been over-ridden). You can also edit the html and css in-place and monitor and debug AJAX calls - this is an awesome tool, all web developers need to know about it.
This video has been aggregated with Jesse's permission from here.
Uploaded on 7th February 2007, running time 3 minutes.
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