Dust-Me Selectors for Firefox 3.01
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Dust-Me Selectors for Firefox 3.01 is considered as a professional and useful tool which scans HTML pages to find unused CSS selectors. Available for Opera 11.50 or later, and Firefox 3.5 or later, both versions have the same core features, but each has a different interface to suit the capabilities of its environment.
Dust-Me Selectors works by extracting all the selectors from all the stylesheets on the page you're viewing, then analyzing that page to see which of those selectors are not used. The data is stored for each site, so that when testing subsequent pages, selectors can be crossed off the list as they're encountered.
- Supports all forms of stylesheet include, and all selectors up to CSS3.
- Includes stylesheets inside IE Conditional Comments.
- Can scan single pages, or spider an entire site, and you can pause and resume the spider at any time.
- Caters for common CSS hacks, for example "* html #foo" will be treated as "html #foo".
- Super-fast processing can now scan up to five pages per second.
- The long-awaited Version 3 adds support for all contemporary Firefox versions,up to and including Firefox 12b. It has a huge number of bugfixes, feature overhauls and efficiency improvements, most significantly:
- A ten-fold increase in scanning speed, that means the spider can now test up to five pages per second, where the previous version would take up to two seconds per page.
- Additional improvements and new features include:
- Added the ability to pause and resume the spider at any time -- the spider's "start" button will automatically change to "continue" if you enter the URL of a sitemap you're part-way through, or you can use the "continue spider"button that now appears at the bottom of the log.
- Added OS notifications for when a find or spider operation has finished (using Growl for Mac OS X, or toaster notifications for Windows and Linux), with corresponding preferences to enable or disable them for each operation.
- Extended the preference "don't spider nofollow links" so you can define which REL attribute values are used for this condition, and control whether the condition is to include or exclude those links.
- Improved status reporting in the spider dialog, using the separate connecting" and "loading" state icons introduced in Firefox 4.
- Added favicon images to the spider dialog's URL textbox.
- If a sitemap URL is redirected, the final URL is now listed as the sitemap host and location, rather than the original typed URL.
- Simplified the icon contextmenu (in the add-on bar) so it now only includes the most important items; the main Toolbar menu remains the same, but has been moved to the Web Developer sub-menu.
- Added a "spider this page..." shortcut to the document context-menu, with a corresponding preference to enable or disable it
- Other minor fixes include:
- Fixed the spider's ability to add sitemap URLs and favicons to the browser history.
- Added the recommended workaround for bug 408668.
- Fixed a bug in the spider so it can load @import stylesheets from inside IE-conditional stylesheets (where before only top-level CC stylesheets could be loaded and checked).
- Removed the "skip page" button from the spider dialog, since the spider goes so fast now it's impossible to use.
- Cleaner icons and other minor cosmetic tweaks in the dialogs and menus.
- Works with Firefox 3.5 - 12.
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