How to view the HTML source code of a web page

Updated: 08/31/2020 by Computer Hope

View source code

When viewing the source code of a web page, realize information and code processed by the server won’t appear in the source. For example, a search engine processes information on a server and then displays the results on a web page. In other words, you can view the code that makes up the results page, but you cannot view the search engine’s source code.

This rule applies to all server-side scripts, SSI, and programming code. Therefore, you cannot view a scripts source code used in search engines, forums, polls, chat, etc. Also, copying the information from the source code may cause errors or direct you back to the page from which you copied the information.

Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge

To view the source code of a web page in Microsoft Edge, follow the steps below.

  1. Press Ctrl+U or F12 on your computer’s keyboard.
  2. Select the Elements tab at the top of the right window.

Or

  1. Right-click on a blank part of the web page and select View source from the pop-up menu that appears.

Or

  1. Open Microsoft Edge and navigate to the web page of your choice.
  2. Click the More Edge more icon icon in the upper-right corner of the screen.
  3. Select Developer Tools from the drop-down menu that appears.
  4. Select the Elements tab at the top of the right window.

Tip

In Microsoft Edge, the DOM tool also provides interaction with the source code and CSS settings, allowing users to see how changes in the code affect the web page immediately.

Internet Explorer

Microsoft Internet Explorer

To view the source code of a web page in Microsoft Internet Explorer, follow the steps below.

  1. Press Ctrl+U or F12 on your computer’s keyboard.
  2. Click the Debugger tab at the top of the new menu.

Or

  1. Right-click on a blank part of the web page and select View source from the pop-up menu that appears.

Or

  1. Open Internet Explorer and navigate to the web page of your choice.
  2. Press the Alt key to bring up the browser’s menu bar.
  3. Select View, and then Source from the drop-down menu that appears.
  4. Click the Debugger tab at the top of the new menu.

Tip

With the latest versions of Internet Explorer, pressing the F12 key brings up the DOM tool. This tool provides much more interaction with the source code and CSS settings, allowing users to see how changes in the code affect the web page immediately.

Firefox

Mozilla Firefox and Netscape

To view the source code of a web page in Mozilla Firefox, follow the steps below.

  1. Press Ctrl+U on your computer’s keyboard.

Or

  1. Right-click on a blank part of the web page and select View Page Source from the pop-up menu that appears.

Or

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox and navigate to the web page of your choice.
  2. Press the Alt key to bring up the browser’s menu bar.
  3. Select Tools, Web Developer, and then Page Source.

Tip

With the latest versions of Firefox, pressing the F12 key or Ctrl+Shift+I brings up the interactive developer tool. This tool provides much more interaction with the source code and CSS settings, allowing users to see how changes in the code affect the web page immediately.

View a section of the page’s source code

  1. Highlight the portion of a web page for which you’d like to view the source code.
  2. Right-click that highlighted section, and then click View Selection Source.

Tip

Use the Firebug add-on to not only view the source code of a page but change and view those changes live through the browser.

Chrome

Google Chrome

To view the source code of a web page in Google Chrome, follow the steps below.

  1. Press Ctrl+U on your computer’s keyboard.

Or

  1. Right-click on a blank part of the web page and select View page source from the pop-up menu that appears.

Or

  1. Open Chrome and navigate the web page of your choice.
  2. Click on Customize and control Google Chrome Chrome settings icon icon in the upper-right side of the browser window.
  3. From the drop-down menu that appears, select More tools and then Developer tools.
  4. Click the Elements tab at the top of the new section that appears.

Tip

With the latest versions of Chrome, pressing the F12 key or Ctrl+Shift+I also brings up the interactive developer tool. This tool provides much more interaction with the source code and CSS settings, allowing users to see how changes in the code affect the web page immediately.

Safari

Apple Safari

To view the source code of a web page in Apple Safari, follow the steps below.

  1. Press Command + Option + U on your keyboard.

Or

  1. Right-click on a blank part of the web page and select Show page source from the pop-up menu that appears.

Or

  1. Open the Safari browser and navigate to the web page of your choice.
  2. Select the Develop menu.
  3. Choose the Show page source option.

Opera

Opera

To view the source code of a web page in Opera, follow the steps below.

  1. Press Ctrl+U on your keyboard.

Or

  1. Right-click on a blank part of the web page and select Page source from the pop-up menu that appears.

Or

  1. Open Opera and navigate to the web page of your choice.
  2. Click the Menu button Opera menu button. in the upper-left corner of the browser window.
  3. In the Developer sub-menu, choose Page source.

Tip

If you don’t see the Developer sub-menu, choose More toolsShow developer menu. Then, click the menu button Opera menu button. again. You should now see the Developer sub-menu listed.

Tip

With the latest versions of Opera, pressing the shortcut combination Ctrl+Shift+I brings up the interactive developer tool. This tool provides much more interaction with the source code and CSS settings, allowing users to see how changes in the code affect the web page immediately.

Android phone using Chrome

  1. Open the Google Chrome browser on your Android phone.
  2. Open the web page whose source code you’d like to view.
  3. Tap once in the address bar and move the cursor to the front of the URL.
  4. Type view-source: and tap Enter or Go.

Tip

For example, to view the code for our homepage, you would type view-source:https://www.computerhope.com

If the steps above don’t work on your Android phone or don’t show you the source code you’re looking for, use the source code viewing method in the iPhone or iPad using Safari section. The same code works on Android phones, the only differences are using Chrome instead of Safari, and the process to create a bookmark and edit a bookmark.

Tip

If you find it difficult navigating the source code on your mobile device using the above method, you may also want to consider using an online tool.

iPhone or iPad using Safari

Viewing the source code of a web page on an iPhone or iPad takes a bit more work to accomplish, but it is possible. The process requires you to create a bookmark, assign JavaScript code to it, and use the bookmark on a web page to view its source code.

Note

If you’d prefer to use an app to view a web page’s source code, you can download the free View Source app from the iOS App Store.

Create a bookmark to view source code

  1. Open the Safari browser on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Access any web page, such as www.computerhope.com.
  3. Tap the More icon at the bottom of the screen.

More selector in iOS.

Tip

You can also press and hold your finger on the Bookmark icon at the bottom of the screen until a menu appears.

  1. In the menu that opens, tap the Add Bookmark option.

Option used to bring up the add bookmark screen in iOS.

  1. Tap in the bookmark name field, tap the x on the right side to clear the current name, and enter “View web page source code” as the new name.

Change bookmark name

  1. Tap Save in the top-right corner to save the bookmark.
  2. Copy the entire JavaScript code snippet below.

javascript:(function(){var a=window.open(‘about:blank’).document;a.write(‘Source code of ‘+location.href);a.close();var b=a.body.appendChild(a.createElement(‘pre’));b.style.overflow=’auto’;b.style.whiteSpace=’pre-wrap’;b.appendChild(a.createTextNode(document.documentElement.innerHTML))})();

  1. In Safari, access the bookmarks by tapping the bookmarks icon at the bottom of the screen.

Bookmarks icon on iOS device

  1. Find the bookmark you created above, then press and hold your finger on the bookmark until a menu opens at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Tap the Edit option in the menu.

Edit bookmark option on an iOS device

  1. On the Edit Bookmark screen, tap the URL and then tap the x to clear the URL, then paste the JavaScript code from step 7 into the URL field.

Paste JavaScript code in URL field

  1. Tap Done at the bottom-right of the screen to save the bookmark changes.

Use a bookmark to view source code

After you’ve created the bookmark above, you can now view the source code for a web page.

  1. In Safari, access the web page where you want to view the source code.
  2. Tap the bookmarks icon at the bottom of the screen.

Bookmarks icon on iOS device

  1. Tap the View web page source code bookmark you created.

Use view source bookmark

A new Safari browsing tab opens, displaying the source code for the web page.

Change bookmark name

Tip

If you find it difficult navigating the source code on your mobile device using the above method, you may also want to consider using an online tool.

How to close the source code page or tool

Once you’re done viewing the source code on a web page, you may want to exit or close it. Closing the source code depends on the method you’ve used to open it.

  • If you’ve used the Ctrl+U method (except Edge) or the right-click method, close the new tab that opened at the top of your browser window.
  • If you’ve used the developer method (pressing F12 or Ctrl+Shift+I), click the Edge remove x icon in the upper-right corner of the tools window.

Use an online tool to view the source code

In addition to viewing the source code using a browser, there are several online tools to view the source code of any web page. These tools can also be more helpful because some of them can also format, stylize, and highlight the code to make it easier to read. Below is a short list of some of these tools.

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Presentation on SEO from Netconcepts.

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  • Put keyword and words you want to index in the body text. Graphics with text embedded will not be indexed.
  • Include keywords within the page content, but don’t overdo it.
  • Get others to link to your website.
  • Use effective keywords with a service like Wordtracker, KeywordDiscovery, or Google’s own Keyword Tool.
  • Use Google Trends to identify other keywords and topics you can include in your title and website content.
  • Anchor text is good for accessibility but is not useful for increasing PageRank.
  • Fully index the site – check google “site:” to see what’s been indexed.
  • Stay away from using session IDs in the URI.
  • Don’t use “&” or “=” in the URI.
  • Use 301 redirects, not 302’s.
  • Eliminate extra HTML code.
  • ALT Attributes don’t help SEO, unless you’re trying to boost ranking in image search.
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Open Source Column: Tribler: P2P Search, Share and Stream

 

Tribler Design and Features

Tribler component overview

  • GUI: build using wxWidgets in order to be platform independent
  • BTengine: a BitTorrent engine, which has been altered to allow for our customizations
  • BuddyCast: our custom BitTorrent overlay, which is slowly being phased out
  • Dispersy: our new custom protocol build with NAT traversal and distributed permissions

Tribler is built around PermIds, permanent identities that allow us to identify the actions of users. PermIds are stored as a public/private keypair and are used in Tribler to sign every message.
Communication between peers is established by using a ‘special’ BitTorrent swarm. All Tribler peers connect to this swarm and communicate with each other using the BuddyCast protocol. Peers are discovered by connecting to SuperPeers. Identical to ‘normal’ peers, but are considered to always be online. BuddyCast connects to a new peer every 15s and will exchange its preference list. This list contains the last downloads of a peer. By collecting them, we can calculate which peers are most similar to a given user. Those peers, taste buddies, are then used during search. While performing the BuddyCast handshake the user will exchange his current connections as well, allowing it to hillclimb towards finding his most similar peers and discovering new peers.

 

Search
Tribler search results

Streaming

Tribler VOD streaming

Channels

Channel overview: listing all torrents

Channel comments: listing latest received comments for this Channel

Channel activity: listing latest activity for this Channel

Reputation
BarterCast graph: showing data transfers between peers

Acknowledgments
References
  1. Pouwelse JA, Garbacki P, Wang J, et al. Tribler: A social-based peer-to-peer system. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience 2008. Available at: http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/114219988/abstract
  2. Zeilemaker N, Capota M, Bakker A. Tribler: P2P media search and sharing. Proceedings of the 19th ACM international conference on Multimedia (ACM MM) 2011. Available at: http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2072433
  3. Meulpolder M, Pouwelse J. Bartercast: A practical approach to prevent lazy freeriding in p2p networks. Sixth Int’l Workshop on Hot Topics in P2P Systems (HoT-P2P) 2009. Available at: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=5160954
  4. Delaviz R, Andrade N, Pouwelse JA. Improving accuracy and coverage in an internet-deployed reputation mechanism. IEEE Tenth International Conference on Peer-to-Peer Computing (IEEE P2P) 2010. Available at: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=5569965
  5. Mol J, Pouwelse J, Meulpolder M, Epema D, Sips H. Give-to-get: Free-riding-resilient video-on-demand in p2p systems. Fifteenth Annual Multimedia Computing and Networking (MMCN) 2008. Available at: http://www.pds.ewi.tudelft.nl/pubs/papers/mmcn2008.pdf
  6. Rahman R, Hales D, Meulpolder M, Heinink V, Pouwelse JA and Sips H. Robust vote sampling in a P2P media distribution system. In: Proceedings of IPDPS 2009. Available at: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=5160946
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10 Best Browsers for the Security and Privacy Online

Cybercrime is a peril that is haunting thousands of internet buffs around the globe. Your web browser grasps more about you, and it’s well acquainted with those sites that you often visit. Keeping your data exclusive is salient especially at present.

Though most preferred browsers that we use claims to be a top secure browser, the fact is, there are scores of controls that are beyond our reach. They are good, yes, but they cannot prove 100% undertaking. So wondering about the best security browser, in real – right?

Well, apart from alternative web browsers that you can use, there are top online privacy and security browsers that have emerged with a notion to keep your privacy flawless. This article has dug deep and catalogued the best browser for the safety. Even though these browsers aren’t splendid and guarantee rare privacy features, they offer best services.

Updated February 2017!

  1. Tor Browser

Tor Browser

Tor BrowserTor services have remained leading-edge despite the fact it is not having a premier interval.Browser by Toris the best secure browser to those who want to tuck away their specification and identity from the most-visited sites. It also edges you from trackers, ads, and nasty cookies.

This browser is constructed on Firefox, open source and comes designed to access Tor network. A valuable amount of built-in plug-in and services which were with Firefox open-source are no longer inTor.

Leave the browser settings as it is or alter it and risk giving away all your personal information to websites. It is available to download for Linux, OS X, Windows and other convenient forms. Tor is the best browser for security and privacy if you are surfing the internet using the unreliable system.

  1. Epic Privacy Browser

Epic Privacy Browser

Epic Privacy BrowserEpic Privacy browseris available for Windows and Os X. The interface of this browser is more like a friendly version of Google Chrome. Epic eliminates all ostentation to maximise the security of the user as all cookies and trackers get blocked after every bout so, no specifics get collected.

  1. Aviator

Aviator Browser

Aviator BrowserAviatoris one the best secure browser that will maximise security allowing you to browse the internet without being traced. The best part is that the browser launches itself in a private mode by default which is a clear attestation that privacy is its task. Also, the interface is simple that when a page that contains cookies opens, an X sign appears indicating that the page didn’t set the cookies.

Comodo Browsers

Comodo is an internet security company that has been providing protecting data services for years. It has been known for its desktop antivirus, malware products, and internet security. It nurtures three best secure web browser, and each provides supplementary protection that is not found in a premier browser.

  1. Comodo Ice Dragon

Comodo IceDragon

Comodo IceDragonThis web browser is a version of Comodo Dragon based on Firefox. You’ll want todownload this versionif you prefer the feel, look, and features of Firefox. It props up third party extension, and its protection levels are equal to those provided by Comodo Dragon.

This browser scans all malware and tracking elements in all pages as soon as they load, and they warn users promptly if they are about to download something fishy. It supports Windows 7 although in performs efficiently in Windows 8 as well.

  1. Comodo Dragon (Chromium)

Comodo Dragon Internet Browser

Comodo Dragon Internet BrowserThis is a Chromium-based web browser.Comodo Dragonincorporates some Comodo-randed tools in the browsing experience. For instance, the company owns SSL validation meaning every site you surf has its SSL certificate and identity verified. The browser does notify you when the site you are visiting is questionable.

The browser obstructs tracking cookies from a third party, widgets and elements from other sites from loading. Comodo Dragon runs on Windows 7 ad below although it has no issues with Windows 8.

  1. Comodo Chromium Secure (Chromium)

Chromodo Private Internet Browser

Chromodo Private Internet BrowserThis is the latest web browser version of Comodo Dragon.ChromiumSecure browser is the best if you want to shelve all of the brandings, go back to the basics and keep of all the protection. All Comodo Dragon features are in this browser; on-site malware scanning, tracker blocking, domain validation, secure DNS, and SSL. If you are looking for the best privacy and secure browser, this is one of them.

  1. Dooble Browser

Dooble Browser

Dooble BrowserDooble browseris available on Linux, OS X, Windows, OS/2 and FreeBSD. Its mission is to provide absolute privacy to users. It has a security tab with a profusion of settings to control the privacy configuration. Also, it uses paramount encryption on most of its stored data allowing security passphrases created for each browser. This is so for safety purposes.

  1. SRWare Iron

SRWare Browser

SRWare BrowserSRWare Iron browserprovides users with customised developed tools, extension and privacy settings. It’s modelled on Chrome because it is a Chrome-based browser. Though it shares some feature with Chrome, it is an ultimate solution to Chrome issues that people are familiar with. It has a portable version, available fro Android and Windows – as well as can be setup on Linux and Mac. Iron extensions and themes are there too for the users to use!

  1. Opera

Opera Browser

Opera BrowserOpera browseris familiar to many, and the majority does use it to surf the internet. It works on semi-open, and it goes straight to the point with its private policy. Opera doesn’t collect much statistics on users like other browsers do. It has a built-inVPNwhich means users can browse their desired sites safe and secure.

  1. Maxthon Cloud Browser

Maxthon Browser

Maxthon BrowserTheMaxthonbrowser functions around synchronisation between mobile and PC inclusive of built in features permitted in other browsers using the plugins. It embeds the claimed protection from ADBlock Plus (aka ABP) including the disputable ads technology, and AES256 encrypted occurrence of the files to cloud servers. It prevents access to user information.

Summing Up the round-up for best security browser

Although these web browsers have their drawbacks, it is deserving denoting that scrutinising browsers ratings will help you in choosing which browser has the best security. And don’t forget to share your thoughts on best security browser you have picked, or comment if you feel there are other secure browsers that are as good as the ones we’ve listed.

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10 Open Source ETL Tools

ETL tools are used to    

  • Extract data from homogeneous or heterogeneous data sources

  • Transform the data for storing it in proper format or structure for querying and analysis purpose

  • Load it into the final target (database, more specifically, operational data store, data mart, or data warehouse)

Usually in ETL tools, all the three phases execute in parallel since the data extraction takes time, so while the data is being pulled another transformation process executes, processing the already received data and prepares the data for loading and as soon as there is some data ready to be loaded into the target, the data loading kicks off without waiting for the completion of the previous phases.

Here is the list of 10 open source ETL tools.

Talend Open Source Data Integrator

Talend provides multiple solutions for data integration, both open source and commercial editions. Talend offers an Eclipse-based interface, drag-and-drop design flow, and broad connectivity with more than 400 pre-configured application connectors to bridge between databases, mainframes, file systems, web services, packaged enterprise applications, data warehouses, OLAP applications, Software-as-a-Service, Cloud-based applications, and more.

Scriptella

Scriptella is an open source ETL (Extract-Transform-Load) and script execution tool written in Java. Its primary focus is simplicity. You don’t have to study yet another complex XML-based language – use SQL (or other scripting language suitable for the data source) to perform required transformations. Scriptella is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0

KETL

KETL is a premier, open source ETL tool. The data integration platform is built with portable, java-based architecture and open, XML-based configuration and job language. KETL features successfully compete with major commercial products available today. Highlights include:

  • Support for integration of security and data management tools

  • Proven scalability across multiple servers and CPU’s and any volume of data

  • No additional need for third party schedule, dependency, and notification tools

Pentaho Data Integrator – Kettle

Pentaho Data Integration (Kettle) is Java (Swing) application and library. Kettle is an interpreter of procedures written in XML format. The features and components are a little less compressive than Talend ones, however this doesn’t restrict the complexity of the ETL procedures that can be implemented. Kettle provides a JavaScript engine (as well as a Java one) to fine tune the data manipulation process. Kettle is also a good tool, with everything necessary to build even complex ETL procedures. Kettle is an interpreter of ETL procedures written in XML format. Kettle provides a Java or JavaScript engine to take control of data processing. Kettle (PDI) is the default tool in Pentaho Business Intelligence Suite. The procedures can be also executed outside the Pentaho platform, provided that all the Kettle libraries and Java interpreter are installed.

Jaspersoft ETL

Jasper ETL is easy to deploy and out-performs many proprietary ETL software systems. It is used to extract data from your transactional system to create a consolidated data warehouse or data mart for reporting and analysis.

GeoKettle

GeoKettle is a powerful, metadata-driven Spatial ETL tool dedicated to the integration of different spatial data sources for building and updating geospatial data warehouses. GeoKettle enables the Extraction of data from data sources, the Transformation of data in order to correct errors, make some data cleansing, change the data structure, make them compliant to defined standards, and the Loading of transformed data into a target DataBase Management System (DBMS) in OLTP or OLAP/SOLAP mode, GIS file or Geospatial Web Service.

CloverETL

The CloverETL Open Source Engine can be embedded in any application, commercial ones as well. The Open Source Engine does not contain a number of components that the full engine contains. We do not provide support for the Open Source Engine    

HPCC Systems

HPCC Systems is an Open-source platform for Big Data analysis with a Data Refinery engine called Thor. Thor clean, link, transform and analyze Big Data. Thor supports ETL (Extraction, Transformation and Loading) functions like ingesting unstructured/structured data out, data profiling, data hygiene, and data linking out of the box. The Thor processed data can be accessed by a large number of users concurrently in real time fashion using the Roxie, which is a Data Delivery engine. Roxie provides highly concurrent and low latency real time query capability.

Jedox

Jedox is an Open-Source BI solution for Performance Management including Planning, Analysis, Reporting and ETL. The Open Core consist of an in-memory OLAP Server, ETL Server and OLAP client libraries. Powerfully supporting Jedox OLAP server as a source and target system, Jedox ETL is specifically designed to meet the challenges of OLAP analysis. Working with cubes and dimensions couldn’t be easier. Flexibly generate frequently-needed time hierarchies and efficiently transform the relational model of source systems into an OLAP model – with JEDOX ETL.

Apatar

Apatar is an open source Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) project. Modular architecture delivers 1. Visual job designer/mapping 2. Connectivity to all major data sources 3. Flexible Deployment Options (GUI, or server engine with JVM, or embedded).

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