To access the Safari Developer Tools, you first need to turn on the Develop menu. Open Safari > Preferences, and click on the Advanced Tab. Then check the box next to "Show Develop in menu bar." Once you exit Preferences, you'll see a new Develop menu appear.
Next, use Develop > Show Web Inspector to bring up the Developer tools.
These tools may appear in a separate window, or at the bottom of the current browser window. To see Local Storage, select Resources > Local Storage. To clear Local Storage, you can select individual items and click the X at the bottom of the window.
local storage using the console, by typing
To access the developer tools in Firefox, use the Tools > Web Developer > Web Console menu.
This will bring up a console window in the browser window. Here you can
to see local storage, you can type
localStorage, and then
click on the object link to see the details. To clear local storage,
To access developer tools in Chrome, right-click on any element or the background of a web page, and choose Inspect Element. This will bring up the developer console. It will look very similar to Safari (because both browsers are Webkit-based browsers).
To see local storage, choose Resources > Local Storage.
Use the Resources console to clear local storage
by selecting individual items in storage and then clicking the X at
the bottom of the window, or by using the Console and typing
Similar to Chrome, the best way to bring up the developer tools in Opera is to right-click on any element in your page and choose Inspect Element. This will bring up the developer console window in the browser window.
To access local storage, choose Storage > Local Storage.
To remove items from local storage, you can right click on an item, and choose delete item or delete all.
To use developer tools in IE9, first download and install the Devleoper Tool Bar. (Note these tools are not compatible with IE8, so either upgrade to IE9 (the current version of IE) or you'll need to download a different tool set).
To use the Developer Tool Bar once it's installed, press F12, or use Tools > F12 developer tools.
Until we're able to create our own guide, check out this .net article on how to use the tools.