Firebug is one of the valuable extension of Firefox. it enables anyone to view any website’s HTML and CSS codes without logging in into your server. Having the ability to view the codes of a website allow you to play around with the website codes and make any kind of changes you so desire. Note that any change you make on the site will not be permanent until to update it on your server. So if you are not the owner of the site, then you don’t have the privilege to make any permanent changes on the website. On the other hand, webmasters can use firebug to debug and find possible issues with their website. Firebug allows you to debug any html or CSS code on your site. Once you fix the problem using firebug, you can them export the changes over to your website server.
Below are some of the pros and cons of firebug:
If you have a Macbook and you’re having troubles using firebug after installation, then it is possible that you have the wrong type of firebug. They are two types of firebug, there’s one for windows operation systems and another for Apple Mac. So if you install the wrong type of firebug on your Mac, then you would run into problems or compatibility issues. Below is the download link and installation tutorial for the Firebug for Macbook. Good Luck!