20 May 2008 3:46 AM #1
20 May 2008 4:16 AM #2
Right click on the Firebug icon (bottom right of the browser's status bar) and you'll find some disable options, either for the current site or for all sites.Fernando G
20 May 2008 6:13 AM #3
If I disable FireBug, well I can't use any of the features!
Does anyone know of an alternative tool I could use? I'm interested in things like XHR request/response times. As well and the time to render a page.
20 May 2008 6:54 AM #4
Sorry, I misunderstood your post.
Yes, you can disable Network monitoring, using the Options menu in the Net tab.
Also this may be useful:
How to Keep Firebug From Eating MemoryFernando G
20 May 2008 3:49 PM #5
Or, you can also use a standalone network monitoring tool (less convenient, I know). Or better yet, maybe an extension that only does network monitoring.
A standalone non-extension would probably give the most accurate results in terms of load times and things, but I doubt a network monitoring extension would have overhead significant enough to offset those numbers much.