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All Internet browsers allow users to view the HTML source code of any web page they visit. The following sections contain information on the multiple ways to view source code in each of the major browsers. To continue, select and enter the list below and follow the instructions for this section. Preliminary information Microsoft Edge Users Microsoft Internet Explorer users Mozilla Firefox and Netscape users Google Chrome Users Apple Safari Users Opera user Android Phone with Chrome How to close source code Preliminary information When viewing the source code of a web page, it is important to keep in mind that information and code not processed by the server will not appear. For example, almost all Internet search engines process information on a server and then display the results on a web page. In other words, you can see the code that makes up the results page, but you cannot see the source code of the search engine. This rule applies to all server-side scripts, SSI and programming code. Therefore, features such as search engines, forums, surveys, chat, etc., will not display their code. Copying information from the source code may cause errors or direct you to the page from which you copied the information.