Web Inspector ReferenceScript Blackboxing
Script blackboxing is the ability to mark a
<script> is as simple as clicking [Ignore script when debugging] next to any
<script> tree element or by right-clicking on any
<script> tree element and selecting Blackbox Script.
handler that was passed to
$(selector).on(events, handler) is far more useful than pausing in
jQuery.event.add, as the latter is code that was not written by the website author.
Blackboxing the jQuery
handler instead of
Sometimes, however, blackboxing a single
<script> isn’t enough, such as if the
<script> is loaded from a different URL each time or if an entire folder could be blackboxed.
In these cases, the Blackbox pane in the Settings Tab allows for regular expression pattern-based script blackboxing.
If the URL of any
<script> matches any regular expression in the table, that
<script> will automatically be blackboxed, which will be indicated by the presence of [Script ignored when debugging due to previously set blackbox URL pattern].