How can I view the source code of any web page?

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Now in a day we need to browse the web page several times.

Is it possible to view the source code of any web page?

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How can I view the source code of any web page?

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It is possible to view the source code of any web page.

I should explained to you how it possible in different major browsers. It is important when you are viewing the source code of any web page that only information and code is not processed by the server so you can view the code used to generate the result page but you cannot see the source code. If you use Microsoft internet explorer to view the source code following steps.

Open internet explorer and click to view and from the drop down Menu click ‘’Source’’, If you use Mozilla Firefox you con follow the same steps.

Thank you very much.

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How can I view the source code of any web page?

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Hello Lincon,

For sure it is possible to view the source code any web page, but the only thing that you cannot do while viewing the code it editing or making changes to it because the code has been right protected, or it is in the read only format. It does not matter which language the web was designed in, be it Dreamweaver, Joomla or html, you can view the source code for all of them.

Just do the following to view the source code of your web page:

  • On the web page that you are on right now, right click on it and then click on view page source.
  • You will see a page with a lot of code displayed in the window that will open.
  • That is the source code.

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Mahesh Babu

 

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How can I view the source code of any web page?

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  • Yes, you can have it by right click the mouse which web page you want
  • Select > View Page Source
  • In the Notepad Window press Ctrl+A in the keyboard to select all the documents
  • Press Ctrl +C to copy
  • Go to > start > programs > Accessories > Notepad
  • In the new page > Ctrl+V to paste  the document
  • Then save the file as .html extension
  • Open My Document and select the saved file
  • Open the file > Open with Firefox.

 

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