Asked by: Naveed Ricartasked in category: General Last Updated: 12th May, 2020
How do I enable DOM in Chrome?
- Open Google Chrome on Windows 10.
- Click on the three Vertical Dots(Vertial Ellipsis icon) that is available on the top right of the Chrome window.
- Go to Settings from the list of options available.
- Scroll down and click on the Advanced option.
Then, how do I enable DOM storage?
In Internet Explorer, click on Tools and Internet Options.
- Click on the Advanced tab, then scroll down to the Security section under Settings.
- Check the Enable DOM Storage box and click on OK.
- To Disable DOM Storage, just uncheck the Enable DOM Storage box and click on OK.
Secondly, what does enable DOM storage mean? Recently, web browsers have introduced a new form of cookie that uses a method called “DOM storage”. (DOM stands for “Document Object Model”.) This new type of cookie has been possible in Firefox since version 2 and is also enabled in Internet Explorer 8.
Accordingly, how do I enable local storage in Chrome?
How to enable local storage in chrome:
- Go to settings.
- scroll down to advanced settings.Expand it.
- Find 'content settings'
- Find 'cookies' option.
- Make sure option 'Allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended)' IS CHECKED.
- Make sure option 'Block third-party cookies' IS NOT CHECKED. Category.
How do I clear my Chrome browser storage?
Step by Step Instructions
- Open the Google Chrome Console by pressing F12 key.
- Select “Application” in the console's top menu.
- Select “Local Storage” in the console's left menu.
- Right click your site(s) and click clear to delete the local storage.