I created the Extensibility Tester add-in to provide Expression Web 4 developers a way to test out ideas and troubleshoot their add-ins without the endless cycle of edit, save, and refresh.
Click here to download the Extensibility Tester add-in. Once you’ve downloaded it, you can install it from within Expression Web 4 via the Add-Ins Manager under the Tools menu.
Using the Extensibility Tester Add-In
Here are a few expressions you can try to see some of the cool stuff you can do with the extensibility model:
- xweb.application.newdocument(“HTML 4.01 STRICT”);
- xweb.document.getScriptElementByCode(“var foo = 1”);
- xweb.document.replaceRange(15, 20, “replacement”);
Let me know what you think!
Software Development Engineer in Test, Expression Web