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Thanitsak Leuangsupornpong7,490 Points
How to open the console I can't open it. I use Command + Option + C, but it still can't open the console.Please help.
Igor Yamshchykov24,397 Points
In Safari you can open web inspector by following steps
Enable the Develop menu option in the Advanced preferences.
Use the optional toolbar button, Develop menu or Inspect Element context menu to access the Web Inspector.
or after enable Develop menu option in preferences you can use Command-Option-I to open inspector
Christopher MlalaziFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 17,305 Points
Another simple way is to right click on mouse and then click 'inspect element' right?