Getting Started with the Chrome Developer Tools

Getting Started with the Chrome Developer Tools

Getting started with the Chrome Developer Tools. Chrome Developer Tools is a comprehensive toolkit for developers, built directly into the Chrome browser. These tools let you edit web pages in real-time, diagnose problems more quickly, and build better websites faster.

Getting started with the Chrome Developer Tools

Chrome Developer Tools is a comprehensive toolkit for developers, built directly into the Chrome browser. These tools let you edit web pages in real-time, diagnose problems more quickly, and build better websites faster.

Even if you’re not a developer, though, you can still get some use out of Developer Tools.

What are Chrome Developer Tools? Here’s what you’ll see when you open Developer Tools:

A standard web page, but with a new set of tools open in a panel on the right of the page.

There are three tabs at the top of the Developer Tools window, and a further six that you can see by clicking the - symbol next to them.

The tabs are:

  • Elements
  • Console
  • Source
  • Network
  • Application
  • Security
  • Memory
  • Performance
  • Audits They don’t always stay in this order—Chrome moves them around based on which you opened last.

By default, Developer Tools opens with the Elements tab open.

Elements show you the HTML used to build the page you’re looking at, together with any inline CSS.

More details https://developers.google.com/web/tools/chrome-devtools

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