Get Quick Info on HTML & CSS snippets in your browser

published on 27 April 2021

Kmdr has extended coverage to web technologies - now detecting and transforming HTML and CSS code blocks. 

Kmdr scans the websites you browse and when a Bash, CSS, or HTML code snippet is detected, we let you mouse over identifiers and get Quick Info. Interact with the snippet below to get a feel for how snippets appear with Kmdr.

The web is where we turn for answers on code and those answers often come in the form of examples and code snippets. We want to help developers keep on task and understand other people's code fast so they can get on with writing their own code.

Web technology is a gateway to coding for the vast majority of developers. By helping new developers get information on code quickly and in context we're helping them gain momentum in their learning. 

Two snippets from a stackoverflow answer are transformed. Quick info for a CSS property is generated on mouse over
Two snippets from a stackoverflow answer are transformed. Quick info for a CSS property is generated on mouse over

Quick Info in IDEs helps developers keep on task while still getting the documentation they need to write code that works - why settle for less when reading code in the browser?

Add Kmdr to Chrome to get Quick Info for each attribute of a CLI command, a CSS property, or an HTML element right where you find the code. Updates will come automatically as our technical writers increase and improve our Quick Info coverage.

Enjoy!

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