I found this list of useful CSS tools on Smashing Magazine where there are lots of resources for web developers and designers.
Anyone remember the early days of the Web when everybody used Netscape Navigator and you have to get this Winsock.dll working? Well, one of the early features that Netscape and later IE added to the browser was the ability to use a tiled image for your background.
Of course, back then you had engineers building web sites instead of designers who were still heavy focused on print media. We ended up really “cool” sites with clouds and water drops for backgrounds.
One of the addons for FireFox that I depend on every day is the Web Developer Firefox Addon. It allows me to view CSS, image information, highlight renegade objects (usually tables) among lots of other useful functions.
Over the past few weeks my toolbar had disappeared. I could still get to the developer tools from the Tools menu but the “one-click” love of the toolbar was gone.