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JavaScript

I don't have JavaScript console in my Chrome browser. Is there a way to add the console?

How do I add the JavaScript Console to my Chrome Browser. I don't seem to have one.

Jason,

Thanks, I finally found it after searching a bit more. It was hidden from sight in the tool bar.

2 Answers

When you right click on a webpage, do you have the 'Inspect Element' option?

If so, when you open that, those are the dev tools. In the toolbar on the dev tools you should see a 'Console' option. This is where you can see errors returned by JavaScript or interact with the browser.

Mark Warren
Mark Warren
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On a mac it's command+option+J. :)