To understand the behavior of other scripts and css files.
- Chrome Browser
- Brave Browser
- Firefox browser
- Using Extension/Addons
Using DevTool On Chrome
DevTool has a set of tool one need to test their applications. Let’s see how we can disable or enable the JS files using DevTool.
Step 1: Open the chrome
Step 2: Open the website which you want to test.
Step 3: Open the DevTool by pressing CTRL + SHIFT + I on your keyboard
Step 4: Click on the settings icon present beside the cross icon.
Step 5: It will open the window, and you will be in the preferences tab by default.
Step 1: Open the brave browser
Step 2: Click on the menu icon and click on the settings.
Step 4: Click on site and shield settings.
Step 6: Inside the default behavior, select the
If you want to disable a single website, you can use DevTool. Brave and chrome DevTool’s are very similar.
Step 1: Open the Firefox browser
Step 2: Press CTRL + SHIFT + I on your keyboard. It will open the inspector window.
Step 3: Open the settings by pressing the F1 key on your keyboard
Note: You can’t open the settings page without the inspector page, so make sure to open the inspector page first.
Step 1: Open the Edge browser
Step 2: Press CTRL + SHIFT + I on your keyboard to open the inspector page.
Step 3: Open the DevTool’s settings by clicking on the settings icon.
Step 4: By default, it will open the preferences page and scroll down to the debugger section.
Step 1: Add the extension to your browser, Extension link below
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