When using Google Chrome, I want to debug some JavaScript code. How can I do that?...
So apparently because of the recent scams, the developer tools is exploited by people to post spam and even used to "hack" accounts. Facebook has blocked the developer tools, and I can't even use the console.    How did they do that?? O...
I'm writing a script that uses an XMLHttpRequest to search for a file defined by a relative path, by attempting to resolve that relative path against other same domain absolute paths that the script is aware of, then attempting to load the file...
I am using this little script to find out whether Firebug is open:  if (window.console && window.console.firebug) {     //is open };   And it works well. Now I was searching for half an hour to find a way to detect whether Google Chrome'...
I was helping a colleague debug some code today and I noticed a strange behavior with console.log() in Google Chrome:  It appears that if you:   Create a nested array (e.g., [[345,"test"]]) Log the array to the console with console.log(). M...
I have a chrome extension which hooks into the devtools.  Ideally I want a badge that, when clicked, opens up the devtools on the new tab which I created.  Is there any way to do this from the background page?...
I have a web application which has a memory leak somewhere and I am unable to detect it. I already tried the Chrome developer tools which normally works great, but I am unable to track down the lines of code which are responsible. The Chrome tools...
Is it possible to modify the JavaScript of a page and then reload the page without reloading the modified JavaScript file (and thus losing modifications)?...
How can I step through my javascript code line by line using Google Chromes developer tools without it going into javascript libraries?  For example, I am heavily using jQuery on my site, and I just want to debug the jQuery I have written, and not...
I'm trying to follow the tutorial here.  I'm stuck on the section DOM Breakpoints (near the bottom).  I went to the example site they are talking about. I pressed ctrl+shift+i and navigated to "elements" tab. In the elements tab I f...

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