XML Support In Google Chrome
By on July 22nd, 2009

By default does not display/render XML content on the browser, however you can still view it from the source, this is because it does not have a proper XML parser yet.

A new Google Chrome Extension called XML Tree solves the problem by displaying the XML content in a user friendly tree format with opening and closing nodes.


Pretty useful for programmers and developers who deal a lot with XML content.

Download XML Tree

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  • bramoin

    I downloaded it and save it and it is enabled. But it does not work. Do i need to set some configuation now to make it display xml?

    • http://keithdsouza.com Keith Dsouza

      @bramoin – Did you try opening an XML file in Chrome after installing the plugin?

  • sunu

    i downloaded it and save it.It is enabled but its not working.
    i m using the verson of google chrome 5.0.375.99.

  • Raj

    Thanks… :)

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