Process of displaying HTML file from local folders

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I'm in problem with displaying html file from local folder. Is there any way to display html file from local folder? If yes, how can I do it? Please, tell me in details.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #137893

Process of displaying HTML file from local folders

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Its not a big deal to open html file in local folder. After you have completed typing all the necessary codes then you have to save the html file as filename.html (filename means whatever name you want to give to the html file). Then right click on the file and open with firefox, mozilla, chrome or any other browser you want in which you want to see the output.

Answered By 573100 points N/A #308152

Process of displaying HTML file from local folders

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This is really not a problem. If you have your HTML files stored on your hard drive, your browser can easily display them without requiring internet connection. There are two ways to view HTML documents that are stored locally on a computer: first, using Windows Explorer and second, right within the web browser.

To try the first method, start Windows Explorer then navigate to the location of your HTML files. Next, double-click the HTML file you want to view to display the page. This will start the default web browser on your computer and automatically opens the HTML file you selected.

To try the second method, start any of your web browsers then in the web browser, press CTRL + O to bring up the Open dialog then select the HTML file you want to view or open and then click “Open.” This will directly load the HTML file to the web browser.

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