Firefox shortcut to get HTML page info

Here's a shortcut you can use in Firefox to quickly access HTML page information without having to view source.

Using Firefox, you can view page information by hitting 'CTRL + J' on your keyboard or from your menu bar by selecting

Tools -> Page Info. This will display useful information like each field in the form(s). You can also check all the links and media (images, object, flash, etc.). Doing it this way, you don't have to go to the HTML source to get information.

Here is an example on my Web site.

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This was first published in August 2004

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