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I am trying to locate my 14 external Javascript scripts.

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Hello Experts,
I am using firebug and YSlow and am told that I have 14 external javascript scripts, but I don't see how. I can only count so many that I can see. I would like to cut this number down but I don't see where the rest are.

The site I am looking at is www.observescience.org

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rhyno99
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by:basicinstinct
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Step 1. Open Google Chrome
Step 2. Press F12
Step 3. Click the "Network" tab
Step 4. Go to http://www.observescience.org/ (or ctrl + F5 if you are already there to bypass cache)
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probably what you are doing wrong in firefox is not clearing cache so you not seeing the requests... try ctrl + f5
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by:Anuroopsundd
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In IE ones the page is loaded.
click on the view or page tab and click on source from the list.
it shows the complete code of the page.
just search (ctrl+f) for .js
and you will see where are the java scripts.
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