Coders' Tool: Opens Server-Side (vs. alphabit-soup) Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Do you need more control over your "Browser-View", and its counterpart-- the server-side source-code, unadulterated by parsing-- to view the default text source, as it was when you originally authored it in Notepad, or Gedit?
Are you certain the source is made up of several different files, such as an index.php dependent upon include 'header.include.php', 'config.inc.php', etc.?
Have you ever wanted to view a web, source file-- as it appears /TO/ the browser, before she actually parses the code-- before your source is modified to her own ideals (removing anything she perceives as "junk", for your greater viewing pleasure of course)? ?
The Bottom line: If you work in HTTP-server-side scripting languages, you NEED this extension (which works in FF, SM, TB, and more)!