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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Introducing JavaScript The JavaScript Console

Corrections and test in the console of a Firefox web browser

Hello, When we deliberately write in our program document.rite('hello'); where can I go in the javascript console of Firefox to type the correct syntax and test run it from the javascript console in Firefox. Can you please tell me the step by step instructions for that? Cheers!

1 Answer

Aurelien Roux
Aurelien Roux
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In Firefox, the console is in tools > web development > web console. on a mac, you can access it with the following shortcut command+alt+K