Obtrusive JavaScript Checker: New release

Posted by jcargoo | Tuesday, November 4, 2008
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Day after day, you should realize how important to build unobtrusive JavaScript code. Embracing this concept lets you ensure better code and extremely easier code structure. This is why we are happy to talk here about Robert Nyman who has updated his Obtrusive JavaScript Checker.

This nice tool comes with different forms including a GreaseMonkey script

, a Firefox add-on and a command for use with Mozilla’s Ubiquity Firefox add-on.

The Obtrusive JavaScript Checker tool highlights with a red border all found HTML elements with inline events in the web page. This new release (0.7) now offers support for “javascript:” links and also details about the element when you hover over it. In addition to this, a new report provides the number of javascript: links and inline events in the current web page as well as the number of occurrences of each type of inline event.

You can download it in the main page of the release mentioned above.

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