Hello, new to Atom. I’m a d3 developer, so focused on html, css, js and have been asked by a client to use Atom for a project to create an online course.
Let’s say I have index.html open to edit and as a preview. I want to see the DOM tree and console for this page only. But when I look at the DOM tree, I get a load of < atom-workspace > tags describing my entire workspace. I have to drill down several levels to find my page, index.html, and even then it is part of < atom-pane > tags, within which there is an < object > browser plug-in but nothing further.
Similarly, the console logs the output from the atom workspace rather than from index.html. Console.log(‘emma’); just produced no output at all.
Is there any way to get the console or DOM tree to focus on index.html rather than on my whole workspace?