This browser version is not supporting : Firebug and Firepath plugin addons......
This was my favorite tool, I just can´t imagine how to work now without firebug and more important, firepath, no other tool will be like this(I tried a few of them but they didn't match), Please re-consider create firepath without firebug, this is a must-have tool for developers and web designers
Will this work without Firebug in Firefox 57+?
It won't work without Firebug in Firefox 57+ and I'm not planning on making it work considering the large amount of work it would require (essentially a full rewrite). Sorry for the inconvenience.
Was good, but doesn't support multiprocess Firefox. As such, I must now disable it
Thx from Brazil.
thanks a lot!
FirePath was just the best! Loved it. But it doesn't work with Firebug 3 anymore. No development activities seen on github. What's the plan? Any alternatives???
It's easy and helpful when debug XPath selectors.
If you're looking for a simple and a rapid use of HTMLAgiltyPack, you can use it. It's Perfect.
10x very much. You saved my day.
Great extension for FireBug. Recommend!
The only tool I found on net doing the job of retrieving a webpage Xpath in a matter of click.
Very helpful in creation of test automation scripts.
FirePath saved my day. After trial and error several tools to retrieve the XPath I've ended up with FirePath.
I can use the XPath directly to scrap the data with the HtmlAgilityPack.
Good job, Pierre. Well done ! Merci beaucoup
FirePath is great, I use it almost everyday in Quality Assurance testing.
This was a great PlugIn, but it is no longer working correct with FIreBug 1.9.x.
And there is no answer to this problem in the IssueTracker.
So I think, the PlugIn is dead :(
Echoing what Lamer@fools.ua wrote on January 18, 2010 · "it would great if it were an option to use identifiers (ids) in the produced xpath instead of indices."
Any plans for this?
Surely a valid XPath is a valid XPath. The representation shouldn't matter. Makes interoperability difficult.
Really useful tool for evaluating your jQuery selectors to make sure you are targetting the right elements
very useful addon
Useful tool. Thanks for making it.
Didn't work on a latest (1.8b6) FB beta -- throws a lot of errs into errcon and shows nothing in the pane. Anyway looks (but only "looks") useful and handy
The last version (0.9.7) is compatible with Firebug 1.8 so this should no longer be a problem.
If you find a bug or if you have an enhancement idea, please don't hesitate to create an issue in the issue tracker here: http://code.google.com/p/firepath/issues/list
perfect! This addon proved to be superuseful
Firebug already provides this information. You can right click the item on Html view and find "Copy Xpath."
True, however with Firebug you won't be able to visualize the result of the evaluation of an XPath expression. You can still evaluate XPath using the $x function in the command line but it won't be as convenient as using FireXPath. If the only thing you want is to copy the absolute XPath from a single node of an HTML document then you don't need FireXPath.
Great add-on, thanks!
Not functional w/ FF 3.6 yet. Has anyone confirmed compatibility by manually switched the version limit yet?
Very good add-in.
But I have a proposition: it would great if it were an option to use identifiers (ids) in the produced xpath instead of indices.