Step 1: Create a New HTML File
Step 2: Add HTML Tags
Next, you need to add HTML tags to your new file. Every HTML file should start with <!DOCTYPE html> to inform the browser that the file is an HTML document. Then, add the <html> tag to the beginning of the file and the </html> tag at the end.
Step 3: Add Head and Body Tags
The <head> tag is where you can add the title of your document and any other metadata. The <body> tag is where the content of your document goes. Add these tags between the <html> and </html> tags.
Step 4: Add a Script Tag
Step 5: Test Your Code
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src attribute of the
- Use the
asyncattributes in your
<script>tags to improve the performance of your web page. The
Step 1: Open Chrome
The first step is to open Google Chrome on your computer. If you don’t have it installed, you can download it from the official website.
Step 2: Open Developer Tools
Once you have Chrome open, you’ll need to open the Developer Tools. There are a few ways to do this:
- Press F12 on your keyboard
- Right-click anywhere on the page and select “Inspect”
- Go to the three dots in the top right corner of the browser window, select “More Tools”, then “Developer Tools”
Step 3: Find the Console tab
Once you have the Developer Tools open, you’ll see a bunch of tabs at the top. The one you want is the “Console” tab. Click on it to open the console.
Step 4: Start using the console