Scripts

How to execute a script?

Learn five quick ways to execute a script for various devices and browsers.

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To execute a script, you can utilize 'DevTools' (also known as Developer Tools).


How to open DevTools?

There are several ways to get into developer tools:


PC / Laptop

  • Click F12 and switch over to the console tab
  • Ctrl + Shift + J
  • Right clickInspect and switch over to the console tab
  • Three dots on the top-left corner → More tools → Developer tools and switch over to the console tab

After opening the console tab, paste the script and 'send' it (press enter).


iOS (iPhone)

Download Web Inspector Safari extension.

After successfully running the extension, switch over to console tab, paste the script and 'send' it (press the 'Enter' button on your keyboard).

Please refresh the page if you tap the "i" button and nothing happens.


Android (other phones)

Download Kiwi Browser, then click on the 3 dots, scroll down and open Developer tools. Next, switch over to console tab, paste the script and 'send' it (press the 'Enter' button on your keyboard).


Non-DevTools way:

If you can't use developer tools, you can try those methods.


URL method

Click on the url bar, delete all text there, paste the bookmark version script and finally go to it's beggining (it might take some time) and click 'Enter' button as if you were trying to search it.
The whole thing should look something like this: javascript:here's_the_bookmark_version


Bookmark method

You can also use it as bookmark (remember to redo the process of getting the script and bookmarking it every time you play different quiz).

To do it, just copy the bookmark version, click on the bookmarks bar (should be under the url), right click, add site (or something like that) and in the address field, put the copied script. Then after saving it, go to the site you want and click on the bookmark (should appear in the mentioned bar).


Any issues?

If neither DevTools nor the bookmark/url method works, executing scripts may be disabled on your device/browser. It usually happens on laptops (often Chromebook), that you got from school.