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Not sure why the reference to "Core" in comment #3. I added two lines to the first tab's contents to show whether log() and console are defined. Boom. Please visit our latest F12 tools documentation. http://auctusdev.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-6-error-console.html

cd(myframe) - Changed expression evaluation to the example frame with an id = "myframe." counter - Display a global variable from the iframe called "counter." counter = 25 - Changes value I was having a really hard time reproducing it. DeanMarkTaylor (Dean Taylor) 2015-02-17 14:45:39 UTC #18 I believe this topic can be closed thanks to your commit @eviltrout github.com FIX: (for IE9) if `console.log` doesn't exist, make it an noop. You can also open the Console within another tool using the Show console button in the upper-right of the tools pane or CTRL + `. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3326650/console-is-undefined-error-for-internet-explorer

This is a funky situation as console gets defined in IE when the debugger window is opened, but what happens when Firebug is already running? geeksareforlife (James Hayward) 2015-01-19 11:12:02 UTC #15 I can't talk for Discourse specifically, but this will affect IE8 and 9 - basically, console gets created the first time a user opens It is good practice to use the latter to avoid a local variable accidentally shadowing the global console object, but that has absolutely nothing to do with the choice of browser.

  1. If you want added protection, you can always include this polyfill from Mozilla's developer docs which will enable the method for IE7/8 and other older browsers.
  2. Or do you mean assigning to window.console rather than console? –Tim Down Jul 24 '10 at 23:18 Using var.
  3. I just tried the demo in Firefox 3.6.15, both with and without Firebug, and it worked fine.
  4. For me, the real takeaway from your post — and the spark for this whole log() rewrite — was the other IE9 piece which ‘redefines' console.log() as a function rather than

Use console.trace() in your code to show a stack trace. Patch worked, thanks! Sorry for bad English. –woto Apr 7 '13 at 0:42 Quite complete except that it will not try to redirect logging to the log function (if present) so all if (!window.console) window.console = {}; if (!window.console.log) window.console.log = function () {}; stackoverflow.com Does IE9 support console.log, and is it a real function?

The console object can be extended to add new functionality. You can ignore this section and skip down to IE8. I already closed that tab. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn255006(v=vs.85).aspx I could make an initializer to do that and call it "ie9-hax" or something to make it easy to find later on.

Internet Explorer 9 Samples and Tutorials Debugging and Troubleshooting Your Webpage How to use F12 Developer Tools to Debug your Webpages How to use F12 Developer Tools to Debug your Webpages Right-click the Console pane and click the Clear Console option to clear all messages. But since console.log is still not defined (otherwise we wouldn't have gotten to this point in the code) we know that the script hasn't fully loaded yet. If you don't pass an argument, the methods use "default" as the label.

Visit Chat Linked 44 Testing for console.log statements in IE 2 Console undefined issue in IE8 -5 Console is undefined in IE 8 -1 Console.log Internet explorer 8 particular case 0 see this here So if you passed several arguments you'd just see this:And that's not too helpful. That was where I went wrong. These provide simple shorthands for quickly selecting elements in your DOM structure.

Like other DOM objects, it is considered a host object and is not required to inherit from Object, nor its methods from Function, like native ECMAScript functions and objects do. http://auctusdev.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-error-console.html There's no sense in re-inventing a very round wheel, so I'm just going to fork Paul Irish's original console.log wrapper. So when I hid the IE console but not the DebugBar I got a message from latter that there was a JavaScript error (console is not defined). –Simon A. So this function — and let's face it, it's not that long, especially when minified — is likely to be used only via localhost or over a LAN connection.

The real fix for this is to take the "scripts[] = media_colorbox.js" line out of media_colorbox.info, and instead call drupal_add_js() to add the media_colorbox.js file only where it's needed. For example for IE6/7 you can replace logging with alert (stupid but works) and then include the below monster (I called it console.js): [Feel free to remove comments as you see In IEs you have to use window.console. have a peek here Simple patch, please commit!

To speed up developer workflow, the Console Debugging API provides a simple shorthand. Filtering messages and extending the console object Console messages can be filtered from the console pane to show or hide certain classes of messages. Thanks Kenny. –windowskm Jul 3 '12 at 15:41 11 What about var console = console || { log: function() {} }; –lorddev Oct 31 '12 at 3:08 9 @lorddev

github.com IE9 doesn't support console.log by coding-horror on 08:33AM - 19 Jan 15 changed 1 files with 1 additions and 1 deletions.

profile(report)window.console.profile("My profile report");Starts recording profile information under the title of "report". They are (in order): Information: Non-critical information you might want to know. I did test far more than what's listed here, these are the problem areas. can't remember the message exactly. –seth flowers Feb 7 '14 at 19:20 add a comment| up vote 154 down vote A simple solution to this console.log problem is to define the

For developers who need the console to record messages at all times, Windows 8.1 Update adds the Always record developer console messages option. Subsequent uses of console.count() with the same label increment the counter. I have found that building a fake console (as in @codinghorror post) is the easiest way to deal with this. http://auctusdev.com/internet-explorer/internet-explorer-9-error-console.html However, there's one unfortunate side effect: in Firebug and Chrome (and possibly others), if the argument array's sole content is a single string greater than 50 characters, it will be truncated

Why would it confuse things here? –kangax Jul 24 '10 at 23:22 2 What a confusing discussion. +1 to orginal answer. But last week we were in the final stages of QA on a project making heavy use of Backbone.js, and one of the last things remaining was a bug that was You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second.