Inside the DOM Panel you get information about all the different DOM properties and methods. For objects and arrays it offers a expandable tree view. Clicking on them limits the display of the DOM tree to these objects resp. arrays and shows the current element path as breadcrumb list inside the Panel Toolbar. Clicking on a function jumps to it inside the Script Panel. Note, that the panel shows a snapshot of the current state. Changes to properties don't take effect on the display of the DOM panel until you are refreshing it.
|Show User-defined Properties|| ||Toggles the display of user-defined object properties|
|Show User-defined Functions|| ||Toggles the display of user-defined object methods|
|Show DOM Properties|| ||Toggles the display of properties specified inside the DOM|
|Show DOM Functions|| ||Toggles the display of functions specified inside the DOM|
|Show DOM Constants|| ||Toggles the display of constants specified inside the DOM|
|Show Inline Event Handlers|| ||Toggles the display of inline event handlers|
|Show Own Properties Only|| ||Specifies whether only an object's own properties shall be shown|
|Show Enumerable Properties Only|| ||Specifies whether only enumerable properties shall be shown|
|Refresh||-||Updates the display|
For more info about tweaks available in Firebug please see the full list of preferences.
The path from the currently selected element up to window is shown as breadcrumb list inside the Panel Toolbar. Clicking on one of the items displays the contents of the appropriate property of the DOM tree. Right-clicking on the Panel Toolbar offers an option for refreshing the displayed data.
Different color codes let you distinguish between the different types of variables and improve readability. Here they are in detail:
|get in gray||"Getter" functions|
|Bold green||User functions|
|Bold Red||Constructor functions|
localStorage is just an object so you can create, view, and edit it in the DOM view.