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== Description ==
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A beginner's guide to using built-in browser developer tools to explore Quality Assurance (QA) issues in web archive captures. This toolkit is focused primarily on archivists who have [[Archive-It]] subscriptions and use [[Heritrix]], [[Brozzler]] and [[Webrecorder]]/Conifer. The toolkit has been used primarily with Google Chrome and Firefox browsers, although the same type of analysis could be applied to other browsers.
It is a "living document", intended to be shared and updated collaboratively. It is aimed at new web archivists, and web archivists who are new to using web developer tools for QA. Web developer tools can be quickly accessed in Firefox by pressing Crtl+Shift+E, Crtl+Shift+I in Chrome.
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