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The Journey to Unblocking Inspect Element
ChezCoder (1605)

Heellooo

soooo basically, ive noticed (i always notice) that many people on repl have school computers or devices that prevent them from doing inspect element, or opening console, etc. But, recently, ive figured out the power of BOOKMARKLETS!! They basically run javascript in your current page wihtout needing inspect or console. So, using this, ive managed to create a GUI that pipes to you! Ive also managed to make it able for you to pipe input to it, which is awesome. Anyways, i tried to make it very hard to block, in case your school decides to do that.

Installation:

create a bookmark with the following link as the bookmark:

javascript:(function(){pipejs = document.createElement("script");pipejs.src="https://chezmarklets--chezcoder.repl.co/scripts/pipe.js";document.body.appendChild(pipejs)}())

I have also created many other bookmarklets! For example, this one lets you delete an element on the page with a click/tap:

javascript:(function(){pipejs = document.createElement("script");pipejs.src="https://chezmarklets--chezcoder.repl.co/scripts/remove.js";document.body.appendChild(pipejs)}())

when you want to use it, just click the button youve created in your bookmarks bar or reading list or whatever.

many bad guys

there are still many bugs and glitches that need to be fixed, which is why i have posted this early. So the community can give me pointers :)

also, as usualy

FEDBEAK

BUGS

PLZ

PLZ

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enjoy :P

Comments
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DynamicSquid (4891)

I will save this to my school account

ChezCoder (1605)

@DynamicSquid lol. does it look like inspect element to you?

ChezCoder (1605)

@DynamicSquid :) im making a new one now, wanna help?

DynamicSquid (4891)

@ChezCoder I'm sorry, I'm replying to these comments very very late. Umm.. what is it?

ChezCoder (1605)

@DynamicSquid eInfo, hover over an element to see its properties

Fletchermed (0)

@ChezCoder are you still working on this?

CharlesOliver1 (0)

@ChezCoder i can't see the properties.

CharlesOliver1 (0)

@ChezCoder never mind, i was using the wrong one.