Quick Tip: View Source in Firefox 3.5

July 1, 2009 by  
Filed under Tips and Tutorials

I recently updated my browser to FireFox 3.5 and discovered a very useful feature. While looking at the source code of my webpage, I noticed that all anchor links were clickable. Clicking on them will let you view the source code of that link. Clicking on image links will display the image. This comes in very handy since I look at the source code of my projects often to make sure scripts are outputting the correct HTML codes.

To view the source code of a page, go to “View -> Page Source.”


Hope you enjoyed this tip of the day. :)

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Web Design Volume 4

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