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claus msg:1476132 11:46 pm on Aug 5, 2003 (gmt 0)
well... sort of.. if you're using IE, there's a nifty tool called "Document tree" you can use - it's not just doing what you're asking, but it also does this.
1) Search for "Microsoft Web Developer Accessories" at your favorite Search Engine.
2) Download and install.
3) Visit the page, right click it, choose "Document Tree"
4) A new window will pop-up with all page properties. Locate "all" and click it, and there it is along with a lot of numbers.
wkitty42 msg:1476133 11:51 pm on Aug 5, 2003 (gmt 0)
i'm not fully positive but would the DOM inspector in Mozilla do that for you?