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How To Use The Console On Browser To See The Errors
How To Use The Console On Browser To See The Errors
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If you’re having issues with any functionality, then you can check the console for errors and warnings that can sometimes tell you the root cause of your issues when it pertains to a JS error. It can help you in raising support requests as well where you can share the console warning with the support person to help resolve your issue and get your issue resolved faster.

The console on Google Chrome

Press Ctrl + Shift + J (or Cmd + shift + J for Mac) or right-click on the page and click "Inspect" and navigate to Console.

The Console on Firefox

Use Cmd+Opt+K (Mac) or Control+Shift+K to open the Console in your Firefox to see the errors and warnings.

Essentially, you can find the Console in all modern browsers. You first need to open the inspector and therein you can find the console tab.

How to Check for the Warning

The warning errors explicitly indicate the error, the location to which they pertain, and the line number where the code exists. You can also send the warning details to the support to look at the possible cause of your issues.

If you don’t see any errors try to reload the page.

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