This was great! It *NEEDS* to be updated 4 jQ 1.7!
Keep up the fantastic work.
Great addon, but the latest version 1.0 needs to be updated for jQuery 1.7 as events are no longer shown in the HTML tab in firebug.
Good addon until you update Firefox to version 6. I found a bug on that version while using jQuery-UI sortable function. sortable elements are not released properly and keep moving with the mouse cursor instead of staying dropped at their final location.
I have investigated the question on stackoverflow.com, disabled all my addons and discovered that FireQuery was the only one making this jQuery-UI-Sortable function crash.
Please, update this addon to fix that up.
Really great tool, works fine for me and helped me in several cases when trying to find bugs in jQuery plugins. Why couldn't I find it earlier?
take 7z to extract the addon, then you'll see the file install.rdf
What tool do I use to extract the install.rdf? Where is the install.rdf located on my computer? These are some things you should include in the step by step instructions.
I was adding a whole bunch of extra debugging crap into my code to try and figure out how I was clashing with jQuery plugins I was using. This tool basically did that work for me. In the HTML tab, objects have jQuery information appended to the tag. I wish I had found it sooner!
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:6.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/6.0
To get this working in Firefox 5.0 or with a version of Firebug after 1.7.0 you need to use a different browser to download the extension and edit one file in the archive.
1. Get the extension: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/downloads/latest/12632/addon-12632-latest.xpi
2. Extract the file "install.rdf"
3. Edit the line under the "Firefox" comment: 5.0.*
4. Edit the line under the "Firebug extension" comment: 1.7.*
5. Add this file back into the archive.
6. Drag the extension file into a Firefox window or otherwise install the edited extension archive.
Yay! FireQuery works!
Awesome plugin. While waiting for the new official version to be released for Firefox 5 the maxVersion setting can be changed in the .xpi file (inside install.rtf) to get it functioning in version 5. :)
Please update for Firefox 5.
Is Firequery for Firefox 5 going to be released ? can't live without it and it's the only thing preventing me from switching to Firefox 5.
Thanks for writing this awesome addon
I installed Firequery 09 in FF4. How can i open it? I cant found the firequery in the bottom bar. Thanks
Useful. Works just fine in FF4 and Firebug 1.7.1b1
It does not work with FireBug 1.7.1b1 version. Please update.
plz make an update for FF 4.b10 and later.
Excellent plugin. Makes jQuery development a breeeeeeze. Looking forward to working version for firefox 4!
Not sure how to fix this, but it seems jQuery Lint is not releasing certain hooks, or not registering all the events. There is an example at the page above.
If all this did was expose the event handlers in the DOM viewer, this would be a fantastic product. The rest of the features are just icing on the cake.
I'm going to reserve my rating until I figure out why, but every time I try to use this extension, it causes my bookmarks toolbar to go blank, along with my toolbar icons for other extensions. I don't know if it's conflicting with an existing extension that I have, or if it's this one, but I just cant seem to get it to work correctly.
Luv it. Thanx
Great plugin! saved me like an hour of searching an element, great for implementing Ajax wickedly fast.
I cannot make it work on Firebug 1.5.4. It makes Firebug stop working.
This is a nice idea, but I find that it has some horrible performance problems. When it's installed, using the Firebug DOM picker tool (the thing that lets you select an element to view directly from the page) sometimes throws the browser into a minute-long frenzy of 100% CPU use. I'll check back on it after a few revisions, but for now it's unusable.
Best firebug for firejQuery is great..
Thanks a lot...
great extension! Very usefull.
but it works buggy with jQuery 1.4
can you fix it, please?