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Instant HTML5 Local Storage How-to by Alex Libby

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Viewing Local Storage content in a browser (Must know)

In the previous recipe, we took a look at how to use the Local Storage functionality in your website. There will be instances where you might want to examine the raw information being stored in your browser—we'll take a look at how to do this within this task.

Getting ready

For this task, you will need at least one modern browser—this can be IE, Chrome, Safari, or Firefox. The version must be a recent one, from within the last two years. For IE users, you will also need access to a working local web server, such as WAMP Server (for PC) or MAMP for Macs. Linux users will likely have one installed, or available to install within the distribution.

Also, if you are using Firefox, you will need to ...

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