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How can i edit a web page

how can a web page be view in form of html,css, java and the likes

9th Sep 2018, 6:57 PM
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I go along with Rebeka's answer
14th Sep 2018, 7:17 PM
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write before page url "view-source:" then you can download it and edit it in visual code, pspad or in any other program =)
10th Sep 2018, 8:57 AM
Krysto Foxik πŸ₯
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You can try the 'inspect element' feature on your web browser(done by right clicking on an element in a web, then selecting that option), you can be able to view the code used on various websites, even editing it. But once you refresh the page it goes back to its original format.
10th Sep 2018, 6:16 AM
Nathan πŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺ
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ok
9th Sep 2018, 7:14 PM
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You can't edit a website in the browser, because the files are placed in a server. So you need acces to the server and tell him to do this. But you can view the source code. Just click the right button of your mouse and select "view sourcecode". p.s. you never will see java code in a website, you possibly mean javascript!
9th Sep 2018, 7:06 PM
BraveHornet
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You can try the 'inspect element' feature on your web browser(done by right clicking on an element in a web, then selecting that option), you can be able to view the code used on various websites, even editing it. But once you refresh the page it goes back to its original format.
10th Sep 2018, 3:02 PM
MJARAB
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Ctrl + Shift + i , More Tools > Developer tools, Right Click > Inspect, Then you can edit the page there, when you refresh the page, it goes back to normal. Or Ctrl + U (maybe Ctrl + Shift + U), and "view-source:" before the URL like KryΕ‘tof Rohan said. And then you can copy and paste into Notepad or whatever you use. || These are Windows Google Chrome shortcuts. It may or may not work on a Mac ||
11th Sep 2018, 5:07 AM
Noah Garza
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You can use inspect element to change some partially HTML and js code but for fullstack script you need some proper thinks to go further
10th Sep 2018, 8:00 PM
Sajib Saha
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[user id=7042061]NATHAN[/user] someone has copy your comment πŸ˜‚
10th Sep 2018, 8:07 PM
BraveHornet
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Going viewsource, either through the right click menu or by appending "view-source" to the web Universal Resource Locator bar. Then it becomes a simple matter to copy the whole thing and trasfer it to an editor (such as Gedit, Kate, Bluefish, Notepad++, or Visual Studio) and modify it. Make sure you copy over the dependencies as well.
11th Sep 2018, 1:10 AM
MysticalOrb
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you can try inspect element option from your browser where you can find source code of your web-page.. copy it and paste on NOTEPAD then you can easily edit your web page
11th Sep 2018, 8:01 PM
shashi kant
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i can't afford arranging mp4 to first file in html
11th Sep 2018, 12:32 PM
jeremaih
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Adams, on any webpage, type (Ctrl + U) -- Windows --or (Cmd + U) -- Mac -- to see the webpage's source code.
14th Sep 2018, 12:55 PM
Daniel Oppong Ampah
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you can edit a web page using a text editor such as sublime text or note pad
10th Sep 2018, 4:40 AM
Tass Jomo
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Pooping
11th Sep 2018, 9:43 PM
Luna
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salom
15th Sep 2018, 6:56 PM
Osmon Toshev
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press f12 on Firefox , chrome to see source code
17th Sep 2018, 8:07 PM
Ali Ghahremani
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After Editing the Webpage it goes normal after Refreshing. I am Going to Tell you a Method That does not go back to normal after refreshing. Follow My Steps. Step 1 :- So you have to install Tampermonkey Extension from Chrome Webstore. You can write your Program there in Tampermonkey. Step 2:- After installing Tampermonkey, Pin it to your chrome browser. Click on tampermonkey and click on Dashboard. To write an new Programme or to edit Webpage Using Javascript, you hace to click that Plus icon in tampermonkey. It Starts like this // ==UserScript== // @name New Userscript // @namespace http://tampermonkey.net/ // @version 0.1 // @description try to take over the world! // @author You // @match https://www.google.com/ // @grant none // ==/UserScript== (function() { 'use strict'; // Your code here... })(); Step 3:- @name:- defines the name of your edited webpage programme @namespace :- should always be http://tampermonkey.net/ @version:- should be 0.1 if you are writing your First programme of first Website. If you are writing Second Programme of first website then you can change it to 0.2 @description:- You can Keep the Description anything. It doesn't matter @author:-- You Have To keep Your name in @author column @match:- You have to give the link of website Which you are going to edit. I gave www.google.com. You can give anything @grant:- This grant you should always specify as none Start Writing Your Javascript Code.
16th Oct 2020, 4:17 AM
Rohan Raj
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