Press Command + Option + J (Mac) or Control + Shift + J (Windows, Linux, Chrome OS) to open the Console, right here on this very page. Figure 2.
How do I run a script in Chrome?
- Step 1: Reproduce the bug.
- Step 2: Get familiar with the Sources panel UI.
- Step 3: Pause the code with a breakpoint.
- Step 4: Step through the code.
- Step 5: Set a line-of-code breakpoint.
- Step 6: Check variable values. Method 1: The Scope pane. Method 2: Watch Expressions. Method 3: The Console.
- Step 7: Apply a fix.
With the Chrome Developer Tools window open, click on the “Sources” tab. If you don’t see anything you may need to click on the “Show Navigator” button in the upper-left corner of that tab.
It can be achieved by:
- Go to Profiles.
- Start it before pressing button ‘Cut’
How do you run a script on a website?
Adding a script to a site can be as straight-forward as embedding it between the script tags “” in the page’s HTML code. Scripts can be placed in the header section or inline with the page content. For example, entering the code “” in the page’s code will pop an alert window that says “hello world” when the page loads.
On the web browser menu, click Tools or the “Tools” icon (which looks like a gear), and select Internet Options. When the “Internet Options” window opens, select the Security tab. On the “Security” tab, make sure the Internet zone is selected, and then click on the “Custom level…” button.