How to view or delete local storage in firefox with JavaScript?

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To view or delete local storage in Firefox using JavaScript, you can use the built-in localStorage object and the developer tools console.

To view the local storage items in Firefox, you can use the following code in the developer tools console:

for (let i = 0; i < localStorage.length; i++) {
  const key = localStorage.key(i);
  const value = localStorage.getItem(key);
  console.log(key + " = " + value);

This code loops through all the keys in the local storage and logs the key-value pairs to the console.

To delete an item from local storage, you can use the removeItem method of the localStorage object. For example, to remove an item with key "myKey", you can use the following code:


To clear all the items from local storage, you can use the clear method of the localStorage object:


Note that local storage can only be accessed by scripts running on the same domain that set the values, and the user must grant permission for the website to access the local storage. In Firefox, you can view and manage the local storage settings for a website by clicking the “Information” button (i) in the address bar, selecting “More Information”, and then clicking on the “Permissions” tab.

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