Firefox Broke Images Fix

So I’ve been using Firefox for a couple years now and the one thing that I hated about it was how broken images were not being displayed.

As a webmaster I need to know when there are broke images on my websites and it has been a pain switching to IE and then to Firefox just to see if there are broken images.

Well after some searching I found a solution!

In order to see broken images with Firefox you need to do two things:

First install the Greasemonkey addon.

Allows you to customize the way a webpage displays using small bits of JavaScript.

Hundreds of scripts, for a wide variety of popular sites, are already available at http://userscripts.org.

You can write your own scripts, too. Check out http://wiki.greasespot.net/ to get started.

Now install the Broke Image Placeholder code from userscripts.org.

That’s it!

Now as long as you have show_image_placeholders set to true, which by default it is. You should now see broke images! Yay!

Now to find those cookie stuffers!

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