How to view HTML code from a web page

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Hi,

This refers to administrator on PCI and need to view some HTML code from a web page housed on the web server. Explain which client application would allow this request to be started?

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How to view HTML code from a web page

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Hello there,

To view a particular page's HTML code you need first to

SOLUTION 1: go to the page then right click then chose "Inspect element" on the context menu.

SOLUTION 2: Just hit "F12".

I HOPE THIS ANSWERED YOUR QUESTION

AJ

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How to view HTML code from a web page

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Hello Fred,

The question you presented seems lacking of data to be able to answer it completely. Anyway, I think this is part of CCNA Exams so somehow I figured out a way to help you get the answer. If problem similar to the picture below then the answer is provided below as well.

Open a browser and type 192.168.3.2

The reason being is that in the picture above shows that the server IP is 192.168.3.2 and you can view html code from a browser and not from a CMD or any other application.

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How to view HTML code from a web page

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Hello Fred,

You are meaning that by using a client machine how you can see the HTML code! If my assumption is right than it is a very easy task for anyone. Suppose you want to view a page named http://www.iana.org/domains/reserved, in that case you just right click on the page and select view source.

You can see the HTML codes of that webpage. Also you can call that page from the web server by IP number. The client application will be a simple web browser. The whole thing is really like a piece of cake.

Thank you,

Riley weaver

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