X
Tryk her for at gå til webstedets mobilversion.

Supportforum

What syntax does the search feature in Developer tools use?

Skrevet

The search boxes in the inspector window window returns no results whenever I try to search for specific key-value pairs like: role="main".

I can only get results for main or role. Is there a search string parameter/syntax reference anywhere? I've searched high and low, but articles/references found in the documentation is VERY basic.

Thanks

The search boxes in the inspector window window returns no results whenever I try to search for specific key-value pairs like: role="main". I can only get results for main or role. Is there a search string parameter/syntax reference anywhere? I've searched high and low, but articles/references found in the documentation is VERY basic. Thanks

Valgt løsning

Hi,

I'm not aware of any documentation for it, although there might be something. As far as I can tell, you can typically just search for a string of text, but this won't work in some cases, like what you've found. You can also type CSS selectors to find elements, which works a lot better - for your example, you could use this CSS selector:

[role="main"]

Hope that helps!

Læs dette svar i sammenhæng 1

Yderligere systemdetaljer

Program

  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; Android 8.0.0; SM-G965U Build/R16NW) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/69.0.3497.100 Mobile Safari/537.36

Yderligere information

Luk
user1929 72 løsninger 290 svar

Valgt løsning

Hi,

I'm not aware of any documentation for it, although there might be something. As far as I can tell, you can typically just search for a string of text, but this won't work in some cases, like what you've found. You can also type CSS selectors to find elements, which works a lot better - for your example, you could use this CSS selector:

[role="main"]

Hope that helps!

Hi, I'm not aware of any documentation for it, although there might be something. As far as I can tell, you can typically just search for a string of text, but this won't work in some cases, like what you've found. You can also type CSS selectors to find elements, which works a lot better - for your example, you could use this CSS selector: <pre> [role="main"] </pre> Hope that helps!