Safari Debug Mode

How to turn on Safari's Debug mode so you can use additional functionality like the JavaScript console, Web Inspector, and spoof Internet Explorer.
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Comments: 10 Responses to “Safari Debug Mode”

    Robert Mercado
    10 years ago

    I have tried this and the debug has not appeared. I have followed every step many times over. Any suggestions?
    Robert

      10 years ago

      This video was made in the Safari 3 era. For Safari 4, it still works, but the menu that appears is called “Develop.”

    Robert
    10 years ago

    Gary
    Many thanks! Let’s do this, would “Develop” still have the same features and if so, how can I test that?
    Rob

      10 years ago

      The just renamed the Debug menu “Develop,” that’s all. You turn it on the same way, though.

    David
    10 years ago

    I’m getting this error…
    -bash: default: command not found

    I’m using version 4.0

    David
    10 years ago

    I’m going to the terminal and typing in the “default write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 1” and when I press “return” I get that error.

      10 years ago

      It is “defaults” not “default” — with an “s”

    susan
    9 years ago

    once you get the debugging errors , how do you fix the problem?? what do you do to fix it, I am showing all kinds of erros but dont know what to do now?

      9 years ago

      Are you taking about errors on a Web page that you are building? If so, then you have to debug it, etc. But if you mean errors on a page you didn’t make yourself, then there is nothing for you to do. Just ignore them.

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