thanks for it :D
hi Brett Zamir, thank you for your tip !
HeadingsMap works as an updated substitute: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/7203
Great extension. It also comes with an (off by default) toolbar button. I use MR Tech Toolkit to allow installation of old extensions.
Although not supporting (in the downloaded version) the latest firefox, I always do the hack on the install.rdf to get it to the latest. And it's working so far.
I loved this extension, but no version 3.0.4.
I had to switch to HeadingsMap.
I loved this extension.
However, I had to switch to HeadingsMap for version 3.0.4.
Here's a more complete instruction, based on fero14041's post.
Download document_map-0.6.1-fx.xpi from Mozilla, but use Internet Explorer instead of FireFox. Rename file to .zip, then unzip it into a directory. Edit "install.rdf" in the unzipped directory and change the value of "em:maxVersion" to "3.0.1" from the old value of "3.0a1". Create a new zip file of the (modified) directory, and rename the .zip file to .xpi. Drag and drop the new .xpi file into FireFox.
This great extension seems to work with FF 3.0.1.
As Brett Zamir said, you have to modify file "install.rdf" in extension archive .xpi (it's a zip file), and change value of "em:maxVersion" with "3.0.1" instead of "3.0a1".
Great extension. Too bad it does not work with FF3...
Hi, This is a great extension, and it even works when I update install.rdf (though with some error messages in Console). This is such a basic navigation tool, it's hard to do without it! :)
This is a great extension. It does exactly what it sets out to do and is limited only by the format of the pages you browse.
Download this extension!
efficient and effective. I think firefox should include it by default!
I think this is a great addon, especially when looking at online documents (like IETF RFCs). I'd like to echo the other user requests, though - the expansion of the doc contents in the bar on the left should be controllable. You should be able to right-click and select a level of detail (or at the very least, say expand all or collapse all). it's quite bothersome to have to manually collapse 25 sections every time I come back to the same page.
Some pages have a lot of structure. In these cases I just want to see an overview and then click-down as my interest flows.
I'd like to be able to reduce the mount of level expansion, e.g. show me just the nodes beneath root by default.
Fantastic and easy to use. Great for demonstrating the need to use proper HTML hierarchies in mark-up and helps me push accessibility to those less technically minded.
One thing...the results are not persistent, by this I mean you can collapse a part of a directory-tree, but when you take the focus to another application then come back it's all reset.