Posted on 2010-03-26
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Last Modified: 2013-12-07
I want to see an xml file that a website has. I use firefox and firebug. How do I see an xml file on the site? I am trying to see where elements are located on the page.
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Om Prakash earned 2000 total points
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Use IE to see the XML file

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I am on a website and want to see where elements are and the xml file, I thought there was a way to open them up, even in firefox. Like if you go to a commercial site and want to see how it is set up that you can open up the .js .css. xml etc files. Isn't there a way to in firefox/firebug to inspect elements?

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I am talking about going to the site and looking at the source code to find the xml file and then viewing it.

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