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this addon is awesome, and I just love it, and would like to find its equivalent for firefox, as firefox is awesome, and I just love it :)

it basically provides a nice outline of elements to navigate the site

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Seems like there is a bookmarkelt available:

The current (Nov, 2009) HTML5 draft defines quite a precise algorithm, for producing an outline for HTML documents. h5o is an implementation of the algorithm in JavaScript.

The goals of this project are:

  • A bookmarklet, to produce outlines in decent browsers
  • A Firebug extension, to help HTML5 development
  • A repository of HTML5 outlining test cases
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I've created a small firefox addon to provide this functionality. There are some minor issues with it, but it's already quite usable.

You can find it here:

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Have a look at this addon:

This is better than the one mentioned above!!

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Can't click on heading to jump to it. Also failed for some pages. – wisbucky Apr 2 '15 at 18:29

I've tried a few and found HeadingsMap to be the best. It also lets you click on the heading to jump to it.

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