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New to Firebug, need a text element from DOM

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I need to be able to drill down into the "element" that is handed me as an input into my function. I can not find the text element from an input field in a jqgrid field.

Any suggestions?

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1. first switch on Firebuf in Firefox.
2. right click that input object on browser
3. In left side window in firebug, you will automatically get that input dom element as selected.

or you can search on google videos with how to use firebug.
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