mypage.htmusing Notepad (or any decent text editor). Then you will save your work by simply clicking on File » Save and then —keeping Notepad still open— switch your screen to Internet Explorer and click on Refresh to preview your latest changes. Then, keeping Internet Explorer still open, switch your screen back to Notepad again, do some more editing, save your work, switch back to Internet Explorer, click Refresh, preview, etcetera.
.htmfile that you wish to edit (in this example
C:/Homepage/mypage.htm) and double-click on it to open it in Internet Explorer. Then, click on View » Source and Internet Explorer will use Notepad to open up your
.htmfile at the HTML source code level ready for more editing.
mypage.htmin Notepad but rather will just display the source code in the browser's own built-in non-editable source code previewer. In this situation, to open
mypage.htmin Notepad, return to the folder where the
mypage.htmfile is located (in this example
C:/Homepage), hold down the Shift key and then right click on
mypage.htm. In the context menu that pops up, click on Open with... to access the Open With dialog. In the list of programs, locate and select Notepad and then, making sure that the Always use this program to open this type of file box is NOT CHECKED, click OK.
mypage.htmopen in a second Internet Explorer window (or another browser).
mypage.htmopen in Notepad (or any plain text editor).
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