DOM Element Counter

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DOM Element Counter is a tiny addon which counts all the HTML elements available in the DOM after the DOMContentLoaded event is fired. This is exactly how search engines will interpret and index your site. The addon gives a notice when there is more than one h1 element (optional).

Current options:
- Specify which tags to count
- Allow multiple h1's
- Hide automatically after 5 seconds
- Manual hiding
- Choose which corner to show the DOM Element Counter

Todo:
- White- or blacklist domains
- Handle onload event (also check for JavaScript generated tags)

Download files:

dom-element-counter-0.2.xpi


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