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|User since||November 26, 2010|
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Would be nice to have two types of "removal", which correlate to CSS properties:
Hide - removes element and collapses the space
Make Invisible - removes element but retains space
I'm looking for something that would work with Pixel Perfect (graphics overlay) to make only certain elements invisible. Web Developer extension hides or makes invisible images on an all-or-nothing basis. Something with focused control would be special.
Love the extension. But, I have a feature request. Through the "Web Developer" Firefox extension, one can hide images or make them invisible. This is a great first step before overlaying with Pixel Perfect -- good for testing out new mastheads, bg images, etc.
However, when Web Developer makes site images invisible, it also makes the Pixel Perfect overlay invisible. "Hide images" works -- hiding existing images but keeping Pixel Perfect image visible -- but it collapses the space for that image. So, a bust for testing out new mastheads, for example.
Would be great if these 2 extensions could be made to work together. That would be a good 1-2 punch. Or, if Pixel Perfect could incorporate some kind of hiding existing images options.