How to Use Chrome DevTools to Troubleshoot Website Issues

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Chrome DevTools is an essential asset for developers. While other browsers offer pretty handy troubleshooting tools, Chrome DevTools is worth your attention because of its multi-functional interface and popularity.

Chrome is the most popular browser for developers due to its powerful suite of debugging tools. Using Chrome DevTools is easy, but you need to understand how it works to get the most out of it.

Chrome DevTools let you solve problems on a website via its error console and other debugging and monitoring tools. Using DevTools exposes frontend loopholes and lets you monitor how your website appears on mobile and tablet devices.

With DevTools, you can carry out real-time edits on a website’s code, like JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, and get instant results of your changes.

The changes you make via the DevTools don’t affect the website permanently. They only temporarily display the expected outcome as if you had applied them to the actual source code. This lets you work out ways to get your website to load much faster and makes it easier to iron out bugs.

You can access Chrome DevTools in several ways. To open the developer tools with the shortcut method on Mac OS, press Cmd + …

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