How to open the JavaScript console in different browsers?

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Opening console box and sometimes needed to perform some task or apply some trick.So today we are here to show you all the way how to open console box in different browsers....



Chrome:

1.       Press either CTRL + SHIFT + I or F12 to open the Developer Tools.

2.       Press ESC (or click on "Show console" in the bottom right corner) to slide the console up.

Note: In Chrome's dev tools, there is a "Console" tab. However, a smaller "slide-up" console can be opened while any of the other tabs is active.

Safari:

1.       Press CTRL + ALT + I to open the Web Inspector.

2.       See Chrome's step 2. (Chrome and Safari have pretty much identical dev tools.)
Note: Step 1 only works if the "Show Develop menu in menu bar" check box in the Advanced tab of the Preferences menu is checked!

IE9:

1.       Press F12 to open the developer tools.

2.       Click the "Console" tab.

Firefox:

1.       Press CTRL + SHIFT + K to open the Web console (COMMAND + SHIFT + K on Macs).
       or, if Firebug is installed (recommended):

                    1.       Press F12 to open Firebug.
                    2.       Click on the "Console" tab.

Opera:

1.       Press CTRL + SHIFT + I to open Dragonfly.

        Click on the "Console" tab