I’ve been taking a few Firefox add-ons for granted, so here’s a little nod to some excellent add-ons which have made my life easier. I’m not going to list 50, simply because I’ve found either some do the same thing, or I don’t end up using them as much as I thought. So here they are:
- Web Developer Toolbar
- Dummy Lipsum
- IE Tab
I ran into a spot of trouble recently with img_assist, in that it only displayed alt text if there was also a caption below the image. Img_Assist takes the alt text from a combination of the title and description, and these fields are filled by default from the title and body of the image node. Although there is no real need for a caption below each image, you will almost always need alt text.
The problem was that Drupal wasn’t wrapping the caption in a span, which meant no easy way of hiding it without digging into the module code. This is the HTML output:
<img class="image _original" width="200" height="75" title="Sunset" alt="Sunset" src="http://example.com/files/images/sunset.jpg"/> <strong>Sunset</strong>
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