Changes between Version 65 and Version 66 of WebInspector


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Timestamp:
Jan 23, 2013 11:02:22 AM (8 years ago)
Author:
tony@gonk.net
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Minor markup/formatting tweaks

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  • WebInspector

    v65 v66  
    22The Web Inspector allows you to view the page source, live DOM hierarchy, script debugging, profiling and more!
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    4 == Enabling Web Inspector ==
     4== Enabling the Web Inspector ==
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    6  * Safari — Enable the Develop menu option in the Advanced preferences. Use the optional toolbar button, Develop menu or Inspect Element context menu to access the Web Inspector.
     6=== Safari ===
     7* Enable the Develop menu option in the Advanced preferences.
     8* Use the optional toolbar button, Develop menu or Inspect Element context menu to access the Web Inspector.
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    8  * Google Chrome — Enabled by default, use the Inspect Element context menu to access the Web Inspector.
     10=== Google Chrome ===
     11* Enabled by default. Use the Inspect Element context menu to access the Web Inspector.
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    10  * Any WebKit client —  Find the application's bundle identifier. Enter the following command once in Terminal, inserting the bundle identifier, and relaunch the application in order to use the Web Inspector.
     13=== Other WebKit clients ===
     14* Find the application's bundle identifier.
     15* Enter the following command once in Terminal (inserting the bundle identifier)
    1116{{{
    1217defaults write «bundle-identifier-here» WebKitDeveloperExtras -bool true
    1318}}}
     19* Relaunch the application in order to use the Web Inspector
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    1521== Using the Web Inspector ==
     
    3137
    3238== Hacking on the Web Inspector ==
    33 Most of the Web Inspector's code is HTML, JavaScript, and CSS, so it's very easy to implement new features and fix bugs! Click here to see a [http://tinyurl.com/2vqypl list of Web Inspector bugs and feature requests].
     39Most of the Web Inspector's code is HTML, JavaScript, and CSS—so it's very easy to implement new features and fix bugs!
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     41[http://tinyurl.com/2vqypl List Web Inspector bugs and feature requests]
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    3543== Related Blog Posts ==