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JavaScript Interactive Web Pages with JavaScript JavaScript and the DOM What is an object?

Jeanne Victor
Jeanne Victor
906 Points

View->Developer not found in Safari

When I launched the workspace and wanted to try coding with JS, when i tried View->Developer to find javascript option, i couldn't find this option(View -> Developer). I don't know how to go about it. I use Mac. I appreciate anyones reply/help.

1 Answer

Petros Sordinas
Petros Sordinas
16,181 Points

Hi Jeanne,

It is not enabled by default. You should go to Safari->Prefences, click on the Advanced tab and enable 'Show develop on menu bar'

Once done, you will see an additional menu called 'Develop' with all the options Safari offers for debugging etc. It is slightly different than Chrome (which Treehouse instructors use) but the basics are the same.