CodeBurner for Dashboard - The SitePoint Reference in your OS X Dashboard
CodeBurner for Dashboard
CodeBurner for OS X Dashboard provides reference information and code examples for HTML and CSS, in an easy-to-use widget for your Mac OS Dashboard. It's a widgetized version of the original CodeBurner for Firebug, but with a standalone interface, and more dedicated search tools.
CodeBurner provides tools for accessing the information in different ways. There's a text-based search that matches element, attribute and property names as you type, and a DOM inspector for looking up objects that appear in the source code of any page.
There's also a CSS inspector for looking through the stylesheets associated with the DOM inspector's page, giving you instant information about properties, selectors and at-rules.
CodeBurner for Firefox is licensed under a modified Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0. You are free to copy, adapt, distribute and transmit the work, under the following conditions:
- You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work).
- Commercial use.
- You may use this work for commercial purposes.
- Noncommercial redistribution.
- You may not redistribute this work for commercial purposes. For the purposes of this license, "redistribute" means to make copies and give them to other people; it does not mean making copies for your own private use, including local copies created during installation.
- Share Alike.
- If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under the same or similar license to this one.
In short: The license that comes with it is about how you can redistribute the extension, not how you can use it yourself.
Once you've installed it in your version of Firebug you can use it however you want - there's no restriction on what kind of projects you can use it with.
However, what you can't do is redistribute it as part of a commercial project. For example, a commercial gecko-based browser that bundled Firebug by default could not bundle this extension as well.