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MooTools 1.3 Cookbook by Jay Larry G. Johnston

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Using IE's Developer Toolbar to see MooTool stuff in action

We can use nearly the same DOM example as the last recipe. There are a few extra comments since IE forgets what element we are inspecting.

Getting ready

To get the IE Developer Toolbar, go into Internet Options | Programs (tab) | Manage add-ons (button). Find the IE Developer Toolbar under Microsoft Windows Component Publisher and be sure it is enabled.

How to do it...

  1. Finding anything in IE is a bear. Keep our sanity by using keyboard shortcuts. On the keyboard press the F12 key to open the debugger.
  2. To select the #canvas DIV, press Ctrl+B to put IE Developer Toolbar in an odd, mouseover mode.
  3. Mouseover the #canvas DIV and click once.
  4. The HTML panel in IE Developer Toolbar opens and the

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