So we’ve been working on a NACHI web browser toolbar for a little while and I decided to post the current beta of our “NACHI Home Inspector Toolbar.” I’d love some feedback and suggestions, particularly about:[ol]
[li]Would you like to see any other search engines in the “Search Web” drop down menu?[/li][li]Is there anything else that you think should go in the “Hot Links” drop down menu?[/li][li]What else would be useful in the “Reference” drop down menu?[/li][li]Would it be useful to build any of the following features into the toolbar? These are things that a lot of other toolbars have, but I’m not entirely sure if they’re useful because people typically have their own programs installed that do these functions:[LIST=1][/li][li]Anti-Spyware[/li][li]Popup-blocker[/li][li]Autofiller (automatically fills your name, e-mail, etc into web forms)[/li][li] HTML/CSS validator (mostly for people who manage their own site)[/ol] [/li][li]Is there anything that you use in another toolbar that you would like to see in the NACHI toolbar?[/LIST]Alright, so without futher ado, here’s the link:[/li]
[n=“toolbar”]NACHI Toolbar BETA Download[/n]
Remember, this is BETA software. It should work well but there may be some bugs. Also note that the Firefox version has 1 or 2 less features than the Internet Explorer version due to software limitations.
The inspection news toolbar is made using an online toolbar builder that lets you pull together a bunch of pre-built elements (such as the radio item or Google search box). We looked at this software in 2006 and decided it wasn’t robust enough for what we’re trying to do.