please – step aside and clear some room so i can hoist using css as a diagnostic tools into the annotated bookmark bin:

“What would you say if I told you that you can create your own diagnostic tools using nothing more than commonly available software you can download over the Internet and some simple CSS? You’d probably say I was crazy. You might be right, but so am I. You really can save yourself a lot of time and headaches with a combination of a browser and some fairly simple CSS.

How? As we’ll see, simple user stylesheets can be used to:

  • See exactly how tables are structured
  • Figure out how table cells are aligned
  • Quickly see which images on a page still need ALT text
  • Point out where you still have FONT tags lurking in your markup
  • Expose the overall page structure

[ via xblog ]

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