You've got a lot of Gal

Yet another blog about Ruby, Rails, Javascript, Apple, Malteses and Shih-Tzus by Gal Steinitz

This site is completely static. It was last generated with Octopress and Jekyll on Sep 02, 2013 and hosted on github pages.

Firebug Lite on an iPad

Firebug Lite works really well on an iPad. If you want a quick way to inspect any web page, here is how you install the Firebug Lite bookmarklet on mobile Safari on an iPad. (Or for that matter, any other mobile device)

  1. Bookmark this page. (Yes, THIS page. Thats the only way to create a new bookmark. Don’t worry we’re going to change it in the next step)
  2. Copy the bookmarklet javascript code in the text area below:
  3. Go back to your bookmarks, tap the “Edit” button, and select the bookmark you created in Step 2. Tap the url field for that bookmark to edit it. Tap and hold and select all of the old url. Delete. Tap and hold and paste in the javascript.