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Originally Posted by vansmith View Post
Take a look at this document.
Thanks, that had some useful information, but the only method I saw for stepping into your JavaScript (Putting a breakpoint next to the line of code), didn't really make sense in the context I'm in. I don't have a big block of JavaScript, like a standalone .js file, but instead have a block that's onclick attribute of an anchor tag.

I did figure out how to get it to break though. I found in the little icon bar at the top of the Web Inspector, to the right of "Issue" (Exclamation Point) icon, I found a debug icon. The icon looks kind of like two horizontal parallel lines with a dashed line in the middle. I clicked on that and the next time I clicked on my anchor, it "saw" the debugger statement and stopped there.

-Eric
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