By using this site, you agree to our updated Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use. Manage your Cookies Settings.
428,591 Members | 650 Online
Bytes IT Community
+ Ask a Question
Need help? Post your question and get tips & solutions from a community of 428,591 IT Pros & Developers. It's quick & easy.

FirePHP not responding in FireFox 8 with Firebug 1.8.4

Claus Mygind
100+
P: 571
Yesterday FireFox 8 came out and updated my browser. Today when I try to use FirePHP to track my php programs, I get no response in my headers on the fireBug console.

Is this a version issue or is just me?
Nov 11 '11 #1
Share this Question
Share on Google+
5 Replies


Claus Mygind
100+
P: 571
It should be noted that I have already reviewed and checked the following items.

1) Is the Firebug Net Panel Enabled? It is enabled.

The Net panel must be enabled for FirePHP to be able to listen to your page requests and grab the FirePHP Headers you are sending.

2) Are FirePHP Headers being sent? Did not see this in the headers being sent

To check if the headers are being sent go to the Firebug Net Panel and click on the request for your page. Then look for Response Headers starting with X-Wf-.

3) Is FirePHP Enabled? Yes it is enabled

In your browser menu bar go to Tools -> FirePHP and ensure there is a checkmark next to FirePHP Enabled.

4) Do you have output buffering enabled? Verified that this setting is indeed turned on.

Ensure you are using ob_start() at the beginning of your script or you have the output_buffering PHP ini directive enabled.

Still not working?
Nov 11 '11 #2

drhowarddrfine
Expert 5K+
P: 7,435
You must have Firebug 1.8 installed. Has the developer made FirePHP compatible with FF8?
Nov 11 '11 #3

Claus Mygind
100+
P: 571
As noted in the title to this thread I have Firebug 1.8.4 installed. The developer responded in the google groups with this.

"It is working for me"

Then went on to give this advice.

First thing to check:

If using the FirePHP Extension with Firebug:

Make sure the Firebug Console and Net panels are enabled for the hostname you want to debug.

Second things to try:

Restart Firefox
Reboot your computer

Create a new Firefox profile and install the FirePHP client + Firebug only.

SEE: See http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Managing-profiles


Do you have any suggestions that the developer has not given me?
Nov 14 '11 #4

P: 1
...And yet another reason to hate the new Firefox development mess. I, too, am having problems getting Firebug and FirePHP to work properly after upgrading umpteenth times. My work environment has been destroyed, thanks Firefox!
Dec 22 '11 #5

Claus Mygind
100+
P: 571
things have gotten better. Download the new version of firephp. go with just the free version to begin with, it will give you everything you had before. Just remember to have firebug open on the console tab when you expect a returned results from firephp. A few small improvements have been made like looking at returned array results, much easier now.
Dec 22 '11 #6

Post your reply

Sign in to post your reply or Sign up for a free account.