This section lists the articles for Developer Tools.
Debugging HTML and CSS with the Developer Tools
The Developer Tools feature of Internet Explorer 8 offers a built-in, lightweight Microsoft JScript debugger that enables developers to set breakpoints and to step through client-side JScript code without leaving the browser. This document outlines the high-level features of the JScript debugger.Developer Tools Keyboard Shortcuts Reference
The Developer Tools tutorials will show you how to use the Developer Tools to inspect and resolve webpage issues. To establish a context for these scenarios, a starting webpage is provided. Each tutorial is focused on resolving a specific issue in order to make this webpage better, and is designed to provide a simple and safe environment for experimenting with the many features of the Developer Tools. For more on F12 tools in Internet Explorer 9 see How to use F12 Developer Tools to Debug your Webpages.Developer Tools User Interface Reference
This article is designed to give you a quick reference to the commands and menus available in the Developer Tools interface commands. The goal is to help you quickly identify main areas of the interface and to quickly find your way around, ultimately improving your productivity. Each element of the interface is identified and a short description of what it does is provided. For more on F12 tools in Internet Explorer 9 see How to use F12 Developer Tools to Debug your Webpages.Discovering Internet Explorer Developer Tools
Every installation of Internet Explorer 8 comes with the Developer Tools. This tool enables Web site developers to quickly debug JScript, investigate a behavior specific to Internet Explorer, or iterate rapidly to prototype a new design or try solutions to a problem on-the-fly. This article introduces you to key features of the Developer Tools in Internet Explorer 8. For F12 tools in Internet Explorer 9 see How to use F12 Developer Tools to Debug your Webpages.Profiling Script with the Developer Tools
The F12 tools enable you to test how users experience your webpage in different Internet Explorer versions, as well as how different document compatibility modes affect the behavior of your webpage in Internet Explorer 9. This allows quick resolution of compatibility problems before your users encounter them.Using Internet Explorer Developer Tools Network Capture
The Network tab in the Internet Explorer 9 Developer Tools can help you diagnose network-related issues by showing all the traffic that is related to a page and exposing details about individual connections. You can see the relative timing that each item on a webpage takes to load and render, so you can quickly see and solve problems. For more on F12 tools in Internet Explorer 9 see How to use F12 Developer Tools to Debug your Webpages.