HTML in Internet Explorer
Thread poster: engrus
engrus  Identity Verified
Local time: 23:29
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Aug 1, 2003

Dear Colleagues,

In my Internet Explorer 5 for some mysterious for me reason it is not possible to view the HTML coding of any webpage I am viewing. For ex, in my lap top while looking through any webpage in Internet Explorer I can go to View – Source and it will show the HTML of the current page. However, nothing is happening at all with the one I have on my PC.

I would be very thankful if you could help me to make this feature working.

Thank you in advance


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Robert Zawadzki  Identity Verified
Local time: 00:29
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Did you move your Notepad? Aug 1, 2003

It is used to view source. If you moved it, Explorer cannot find it. You can save a file and open it manually (right-click/edit).

Your HTML editor (whatever it is), will be opened.

If not, use Widnows Explorer Tools/Folder settings/File associacions, Find HTML and add/edit the Edit entry (I am not sure what are the exact english names for these menu items: i do not have English windows handy. I use XP and IE 6, but I think these functions did not change).


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