JavaScript JavaScript Basics Introducing JavaScript The Console Challenge Answer

Antonio Bellu
Antonio Bellu
2,699 Points

Javascript Console on Chrome

Everything is working correctly expect for the fact that I can't get my Console window to show up even If I put the "console.log("Complete program") function.

Should I check in browser settings? Has it anything to do with AdBlocker? Don't know..

3 Answers

Mohamad Fadhli Ismail
Mohamad Fadhli Ismail
11,935 Points

I believe you need to left-click on the browser, and then inspect element, or you can press CTRL - SHIFT - I. Multiple tabs will emerge and you can choose the console tab.

Jesus Mendoza
Jesus Mendoza
23,258 Points

Are you using Windows? If so, press F12 while your browser is focused and a small window should open, then press the console tab if it's not selected

Antonio Bellu
Antonio Bellu
2,699 Points

I'm on Mac. I can open the Javascript console from developer tools. But I wanted it to show up automatically when running the program.

Michael Hulet
Michael Hulet
Treehouse Moderator 46,829 Points

There isn't currently any way to automatically open the developer tools with code, so you'll have to do it manually every time you open it in a new tab

Antonio Bellu
Antonio Bellu
2,699 Points

Ok thanks, I guessed so.