Displays XML data in a user friendly way.
A benefit of XML is that it's "human readable". Egyptian hieroglyphics and EULAs are also "human readable", but not necessarily human friendly. This extension is your friend.
Looks like newer versions of Chrome (41+) wipe out the settings from the Options page, causing the UI to not display properly. Enter "chrome://extensions" in the address bar and click "Options" under the XML Tree section. On the Options page, click the "Save" button and that should fix it.
Local file access (file://) is controlled via the chrome://extensions page.
2.0 - XSLT2/XPath2 support via Saxon-CE. Facelift.
184.108.40.206 - Updates due to webintents changes.
1.9.2 - Added webintents functionality to allow application/atom+xml and application/rss+xml to be viewed. Fixed ... bug on self-closing elements. Fixed js exceptions due to 220.127.116.11 updates.
1. Collisions with other extensions inserting unwanted markup (i.e. <style/>).
2. Some XML are served up with an inappropriate Content-Type header or reference unreachable files in DOCTYPE or xml-stylesheet PI causing issues with rendering.
4. Caching of HTTP URLs in XSL widget.
Original Author - Josh Moont
Other Contributors - Arjan van Bentem, TarquinWJ, Jakub Roztocil