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    I am currently studying javascript (beginner level) and I have a site that has multiple js files in the <head>, my question is, how can I look for a single js file that is being employed in just one section of a website?

    I know many scripts will have a name associated with what it does and that is what the script is titled. However, in this case the specific js file I want to locate was already loaded before I began work.

    This specific example that prompted my question is about finding a js file that gives a vertical tab feature to a webpage. Unfortunately the site/page in question is on a development server not open to the public so I can’t post the link. I am familiar with using the Chrome Inspector to view the html/css/js of the site, I just don’t know how to use that to find a specific js file.

    Any advice is greatly appreciated.


    Ah, the delete method, I did not think of that. Thanks again Shaneisme.

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