which web browser you use for debug£¿
It depend on the addon I use to Debug.
There are some addons which I use in Google Chrome to debug designing errors. So i use that for it.
Whereas, I use HTTPfox in Mozilla for various debugging helps.
Internet Explorer has a built in debugger - Press F12 to go into developer mode.
When using Firefox, I've used the Firebug extension. I haven't used it recently because the last time Firefox updated itself it said that the Firebug add-on was incompatible with the latest version of Firefox.
At first, Google Chrome but after a couple hours, I found out about firebug... well, the rest is history.
Primarly Firebug too.
Chrome Developer Tools is getting better and better, some areas it is better then Firebug, I hope the competition will be good for us. ^_^
Ofcourse there is always the need to debug in multiple browsers and then it is good if an advanced inspectation tool is available.
I use FireFox with the Web Developer plugin, but that's only when the image isn't showing so I can figure out where it's going.
I use both firefox and chrome for debug, but i mainly use firefox. It's important to debug with these browsers coz they are the most efficient browsers that will give you efficient results and tell you whether your codes are a mess or not.
Along with these browsers, I used Firebug and Web Developer tools.
I use firefox with Firebug installed.
If I need to test PHP scripts, i fire up my nginx and php installation and test them.
Firefox and only Firefox. That's were addons come to play. Firebug is far better than Chrome Developer Tools, more features, and better overall.
I use Firefox
firefox with firebug installed.. great for checking ajax data passed to server and also for styles
A web developer should try every web browser.
I use Firefox + Firebug to check the "base code" (AJAX requests, everything working on server side...) and I test my websites with Chromium (not Chrome!) and Opera.
IE? I can't stand it, it is miles backward. I suggest always Firefox, as it is open source. I don't like the Google strategy, so I don't recommend Chromium even though is open source. Other open source browsers are not so popular and advanced.