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How to read HTML page source code in IE and Netscape6 without using an applet?

Sep 9th, 2001 17:18
Colin Fraser, Delip Singh,

Try a right click, then select "View Source". 
However, if you are talking about looking at the source code of a remote
*.js file, that is another question. In IE, forget it, it is nonsense,
in  Netscape 4.7, it gives you the name of the file now residing in the
cache when you downloaded the page. I would suggest that this feature
has been turned off in Netscape 6.x but it does not matter for me, I
still keep a copy of 4.7 on my PC anyway.