28 reviews for this add-on
  • Awesome!
  • Nice and usefull addon!
    Would be nice if one could open/collapse all the titles together, and eventually memorise this when reloading the page.
    Hi Emmanuel, thanks for commenting and also for giving suggestions. I will consider the open/collapse all and if it could be something that could be persisted. I have some doubts about how useful could be this second option (persisting the state), but maybe I can find a middle point (something like offering a configuration option for showing the results initially collapse at some defined level in the hierarchy).
    Again, thank you very much for the feedback.
  • förenklar avsevärt vid sökning av något specifikt vid besök på större websajter ex kommuner och övriga myndiheter
  • Thanks for making this! One thing I would like would be a way to specify the color scheme of the outline page. Even a simple checkbox to enable a dark mode with inverted colors, would be fantastic as an initial easy option.

    UPDATE: The additional dark theme option is great! Thanks for the update!
    Hi, thanks for your comment (I know, I waited too much for answering :( ). I just added some changes and one of those is the "dark" theme as option (selecting it is possible in the configuration page of the extension). I hope it helps.
  • Happy to see the extension is back ! One regrets and one suggestion though :
    - If I remember well it used to highlight the headlines clicked in the left panel ?
    - I wish there could be a switch to choose to run the analysis on the actual HTML, or or on the HTML modified by javascript. Currently the analysis seems made on the final HTML as modified by javascript.
    Hi Sebastien. First of all, thank you for your feedback. Regarding to your comments:

    * Yes, the header was highlighted when clicking on the correspondent one in the panel (I have to recover the feature -most probable as option-... since the whole extension was refactored almost from scratch, there are features that are still pendant of being added/recovered). So thank you for commenting it because helps me in the prioritization of tasks

    * I would like to know the use case for retrieving the headers structure for the HTML that is not modified by javascript. The tools is initially meant for giving the structure that the browser renders, so the one that the HTML has without any behavioral change was not considered. In order to consider implementing that feature, I would like to know and understand the use case. Could you please give me some feedback on it?

    Again, thank you very much for your feedback and comments.
  • Best App!
  • Well HTML5 Outliner
  • Provides an outline for a HTML page. Exactly what I need.
  • Very useful, and glad to have back again!
    Hi, thanks for the comment. I still want to do some improvements like evaluating inside frames or try to integrate it as a panel in the browser.
    Thanks again for the comment and any feedback is always very welcome.
  • Finally back on Firefox and the level numbers are back again. :)

    You could even make it lighter and get rid of the HTML5 Outline tab as it's definitely not relevant any more, but hey...

    Great work anyway and thanks for this neat little tool.
    Hi, thanks for your comment. I was considering removing the HTML5 Outline as well. It is probably that I will do it since it is not worth to use resources that could affect to the performance on something that is not relevant any more.

    Again, thanks for your feedback ;)
  • 54.01 does not work
  • Crossing my fingers :)
  • The addon does not work on my browser (Firefox Developer Edition 51.0a2). Nothing happens on any site.

    The link to the addon page and assistance leads to a blank page.
  • Great little tool. Would be great to have a checkbox where I can choose to only see headings that are visible to the user (including visibly hidden objects), for example to get the headings that are shown to screen readers. i.e. display:none should not be shown in the headings.
  • Very good. Useful for - as it says - seeing the page structure.
  • Excellent for A-level developers.
  • This is an awesome app for checking your HTML5 outlines. Must have for any dev using Firefox.
  • HTML5 outline! But it would be even better if I was able to choose it by default.
    Hi, Thx for your opinion.I just added a version with the option to open it in the tab that your prefer.
  • Nice addon to show outline like in pdfs. Possible improvement in further development: filter items as you type.
  • excelent, but some issues with with the buttons - there are 2 of them - why?
    Hi, I´m not sure what are you talking about. Thx
  • This is just what I wanted. Better than alternatives that I've found. Thanks!
    I do agree with other reviewer that the red is distracting. For example, on this review page, 15 of 18 headings are red. Maybe a little icon instead?
    Also, I like to hide my addon bar (too much wasted space) - maybe a right-click option on each page like "View Headings Map" ?
    Hi, thanks for your comment.The colour can be change in options window, but the icon is a great idea. The rigth-click to open the panel is a good idea too. I will include both in the TO DO list and I hope to include in the next version.Thanks...
  • Hi - since update to HTML5 outline you can not save preferences. Would be nice to fix this soon. Thanks.
  • As a trainer in html, your tool is very valuable to demonstrate the structures and errors of the students (and sometimes mine).
    Small suggestions: add on top, and the ability to copy / paste the entire structure ...<br />Thank you and bravo!
  • 看W3C那样的长篇大论最合适。
  • Good extension, but could we get rid of the dotted lines? https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/475/ looks much better without them.
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