I know about Workspaces recently introduced in DevTools but that is not that i need. For example: page uses jquery that is loaded from CDN, i modify jquery library code, press ctrl-s, reload page -> modifications are lost. Or i want to debug some...
new iOS 6 feature is, that you can debug html and javascript running on device or simulator in desktop safari. I suppose, that this feature is based on Webkit Remote Debugging Protocol.  How can I connect to webkit running on iPhone without desktop S...
Is there a way to force Chrome's debugger to skip specific source files or functions when stepping through code?...
Is there a way to determine a line and filename from which XHR was issued in Firebug or Web Inspector (maybe Opera Dragonfly/IE Developers Toolbar)?  If there isn't, what is the best way to find that out? Just searching the codebase for the URI c...
I have Safari 6.0.5 (8536.30.1) and WebKit nightly (8536.30.1, 538+) and I'm trying to debug a website in iOS 7 iPad simulator ( XCode Version 5.0 (5A1413). I choose Develop->iPad simulator in Safari, Web Inspector starts showing me the websit...
Say I have some JavaScript code like this:  function breakpointInside() { console.log("How do I add a breakpoint here?"); } breakpointInside();   Assume I can't edit the source file. I would like to debug breakpointInside, but I cannot fi...
I am using Google Chrome browser. I did right click -> inspect element to open up the inspect element tool. This is what I currently see on my screen    Is there a way I can re-position/move the inspect element tool to the bottom of the browser sc...
I know that Chrome let's you pick the context for the console's execution with a dropdown menu and that Firebug let's you cd() into an iframe. I can't figure out how to change the context in Safari's console. Does anyone know how...
What's the best way to determine if the user has the browser console (i.e. firebug, webkit  inspector, Opera dragonfly) open?  (I.e. I'm not interested in merely detecting the presence of the console object in script.  I want to know when the...
Anyone know how you get the yellow popup to appear when inspecting javascript variables in chrome? Apparently you just hover over the variable when the debugger is paused to see a variables current state but for whatever reason I can't get this t...

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