I need to check the pixel of each and every component on my Web page.
I think Firefox helps upto certain extent but it is a time consuming process...
I have heard abt Dreamweaver tool but it is not a free ware.
Does anybody has idea abt tools similar to Dreamweaver which are free to use and the the pixel of all objects.
What does "check the pixel" mean?
Are you checking the size of objects?
Are you checking the color of objects?
Are you checking their location relative to the browser window?
Which browsers do you need to use?
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Also, Dreamweaver is used to develop sites, not used in the testing so much.
It is like saying "I have heard about FrontPage and want to use it to test my web page"
Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results
right click and save the image and check it manually, will this not work.
It's not clear that the "components" being checked are just images.
just curious, what are other components other than images which can be measured in pixels.Never really came across any other components other than images.i am thinking in terms of web applications.
Everything on a web page can be measured in pixels. Edit boxes, text, table cells, etc, etc.
yah,you are right,size is set in pixels.