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Showing the HTML Sources of a Web Page Every web browser allows a user to display the HTML of any web page they are visiting. In the following paragraphs, you will find information about the different ways to display the sources in each of the main browser types. It is important to remember that when looking at the web page sources, information and codes that are not handled by the web page are not displayed.

This means that you can see the result page but not the result page and not the result page. These rules apply to all server-side scripting, SSI, and coding. Therefore, functions such as searching machines, fora, surveys, chats, etc. do not show their codes. Copy the information from the sources may cause mistakes or lead you back to the page from which you copy the information.

In order to display the Microsoft Edge Web page sources, perform the following actions. Go to Microsoft Edge and browse to the website of your choosing. Choose F12 Development Tools from the dropdown list that will appear. Tip: In Microsoft Edge, the DOM utility also interacts with the sources and custom style sheets so people can see how changes to the style sheet immediately impact the Web page.

In order to display the Microsoft Web Explorer Web page sourcecode, perform the following actions. Go to your favorite web page in your browser and open your browser. Choose Views and Sources from the dropdown list that pops up. In the latest version of IE, press and hold the F1 button to open the drill-driver.

It provides much more interactivity with the sources and custom styles, so people can see how changes in the style immediately impact the website. In order to display the Mozilla Firefox website sources, please perform the following work. Go to Mozilla Firefox and browse to the website of your choosing.

Choose Tools, Web Builder, and then Page Source. In the latest Firefox releases, press F12 or Strg+Shift+I to call the development interactivity utility. It provides much more interactivity with the sources and custom styles, so people can see how changes in the style immediately impact the website.

Select the section of a Web page for which you want to display the sources. Click the selected section with the right mouse button, and then click the View Selection source button. The Firebug add-on allows you not only to display the page's sourcecode, but also to modify these changes and display them directly in your webbrowser.

In order to display the sources of a webpage in Google Chrome, please complete the following procedure. Go to Chrome and browse to the website of your choosing. In the dropdown list that pops up, choose More Tools, and then choose Developer Tools. Choose Development Services. In the latest Chrome releases, press F12 or Strg+Shift+I to display the interactivity development utility.

It provides much more interactivity with the sources and custom styles, so people can see how changes in the style immediately impact the website. Or right-click an empty part of the Web page and choose Show Page Source from the dropdown list that opens. Or open the Safari web-browser and navigate to the website of your choosing.

From the Develop submenu. Check the Show page sources box. In order to display the web page in Opera, please perform the following work. Alternatively, open Opera and browse to the website of your choosing. submenu, choosing Display page Source. Tip: If the Developers submenu is not displayed, click Show More Tools www. additional development tools.com Development Menus.

Now you should see the submenu Installer list. In the latest Opera releases, clicking Strg+Shift+I opens the Viewer's interactivity development utility. It provides much more interactivity with the sources and custom styles, so people can see how changes in the style immediately impact the website.

On your mobile device, open the Google Chrome web browsers. Navigate to the Web page whose sources you want to display. As soon as you have displayed the sources on a Web page, you may want to quit or quit them. Depending on the way you opened it, this varies.

When you have used the development mode (press F12 or Ctrl+Shift+I), click in the top right of the toolbar.

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