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how do you check FireFox for Javascript errors on the page?

nothing to say here... title says it all   :)
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davidlars99
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punithaprCommented:
Hi davidlars99 .,

For web developers, Firefox provides several tools to aid in developing and debugging Web applications. Some of these are optional installs. To access these tools, open the Tools menu and choose Web Development.
    * JavaScript Console: the console window displays JavaScript warnings, errors, and notices that occur in Web applications as well as the Mozilla application itself.
    * DOM Inspector: a tool that can be used to inspect and edit the DOM of any web document or XUL application.

Thanks.,
Punitha
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davidlars99Author Commented:
thanks guy..  :)
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