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The Firefox Error Console show's me thousand errors

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The Firefox Error Console show's me thousand errors from a large panel of websites, either that ones which are closed. How can I fix this, and make in order that the Error Console shows me only the errors for the current page? I have the latest version of FF for Mac OS X.

The Firefox Error Console show's me thousand errors from a large panel of websites, either that ones which are closed. How can I fix this, and make in order that the Error Console shows me only the errors for the current page? I have the latest version of FF for Mac OS X.

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A lot of the errors (especially if they're warnings) are normal (many websites have some IE-specific code and some of that code generates warnings). The simplest way to see if there are errors on the current page is to click "Clear" in the error console and then reload the page.

Also, errors (and less-often warnings) can come from extensions so you may see errors even if they're not related to the current page.

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A lot of the errors (especially if they're warnings) are normal (many websites have some IE-specific code and some of that code generates warnings). The simplest way to see if there are errors on the current page is to click "Clear" in the error console and then reload the page.

Also, errors (and less-often warnings) can come from extensions so you may see errors even if they're not related to the current page.

A lot of the errors (especially if they're warnings) are normal (many websites have some IE-specific code and some of that code generates warnings). The simplest way to see if there are errors on the current page is to click "Clear" in the error console and then reload the page. Also, errors (and less-often warnings) can come from extensions so you may see errors even if they're not related to the current page.
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You can also use the "Tools > Web Developer > Web Console" (Shift+Cmd+K) to check for error on the current tab.

You can also use the "Tools > Web Developer > Web Console" (Shift+Cmd+K) to check for error on the current tab.

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Hello! Thank you for your answers, I just wanted to be sure :) thank you again and sorry for my bad english :)

Hello! Thank you for your answers, I just wanted to be sure :) thank you again and sorry for my bad english :)