.js file on your local machine. Choose a meaningful name for your file that reflects its purpose. For example, let’s assume you saved it as
https://www.example.com/js/main.js. Right-click anywhere on the page and select “Inspect” from the context menu, or you can use the shortcut key F12 to open Chrome’s developer tools.
Step 3: Navigate to the “Sources” Tab In the developer tools window, locate the “Sources” tab. Click on it to switch to the “Sources” view.
Step 4: Add the Folder or File to Workspace (Optional) If you have the “Filesystem” section available in the left sidebar of the “Sources” tab, expand it and click on “Add folder to workspace” or “Add file to workspace”. Select the folder that contains your
override.js file or choose the file directly. Grant any necessary permissions or file access requests.
override.js file for convenience. Confirm the save operation and remember the saved file’s location.
https://www.example.com/js/main.js. Click “OK” to confirm the mapping.
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