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JavaScript AJAX Basics (retiring) AJAX Concepts Introducing AJAX

tal Shnitzer
tal Shnitzer
Courses Plus Student 5,242 Points

clicking ctrl+click on my mac on chrome console window does not give an option to see ajax commands

does anyone have the same problem? any advise?

2 Answers

Hi Tal,

I had the same problem.

When you are in the console there is a gear icon over on the top right. Click it and there is a setting in there that you can check that says. "LogXMLHttpRequests". Hope that helps.

Kenan Allan
Kenan Allan
4,016 Points

I think Google Chrome has made some updates since the course was made. To see the ajax command, navigate to the settings. Under preferences, go to Console and check the LogXMLHttpRequests checkbox