Click on or select something in a webpage. Search all database tables, and files for that string/resource. Display matches if multiple, with edit fields.
For example, in a context octopus environment, click on a menu titled "About". The application looks in database tables and source files for the string "About", and presents a list of matches, with path information, table and row information, snippets, etc.
Select the correct one, change it to "Details" and voila, the webpage now uses "Details" as the menu title.
Requirements: Index database structure and table data, index folder hierarchy and file content.
Interpret HTML as raw data rather than browsable, so that a frame is filled with the relevant ContextOctopus control.