1. Duncan2's Avatar
    Good morning all,

    I am looking for an App / Extension that enables me to vie a webpage (opened in Edge) as a text file in order to see the source code.

    I tested the Ctrl-U option in Edge but do not like it. It has too much info that I do not wish to see.

    All suggestion will be appreciated.

    D
    10-06-2018 09:12 AM
  2. Joe920's Avatar
    F12

    As in "hit function key 12"

    Oops, I see that CTRL-U brings you to that same view, and you don't like it. You can collapse the left side (click the little folder in the top left), and make the right panel as small as possible, but that seems to be all. Alternatively: try Chrome, where CTRL-U does what you want.
    Last edited by Joe920; 10-06-2018 at 02:04 PM.
    10-06-2018 09:18 AM
  3. Duncan2's Avatar
    Thanks Joe

    Basically I am looking for a way to open the webpage in notepad. Just as the old fashioned "View Source" used to do.
    10-06-2018 02:20 PM

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