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About Get Source Code of Webpage

About Get Source Code of Webpage tool

The Get Source Code of Webpage tool lets you retrieve the source code from a webpage. You can use this tool to get the HTML, CSS or JavaScript code for any web page on which you're interested in working. The result is returned as raw text and includes all links, forms and other elements that make up the page.

To use this tool: Select "Get source code" from the top menu bar and enter a URL into the search bar (e.g., ""). Click "Go!". When your results appear, click on any element within the document to select it (i.e., a paragraph), then ctrl+click on Mac OS X or Windows). This will copy all of its content into your clipboard so that you can paste it locally into another file or application if necessary.*

This tool will help you get the source code of any webpage. The tool is easy to use and requires no technical knowledge. It works by extracting all the data from the page and then presenting it in an easy-to-read format.

The Get Source Code of Webpage tool can be used for a number of different purposes. For example, if you want to see how a web designer has coded a particular element on their website (such as an image or text), then this tool will allow you to do so easily without having to download anything yourself. You could also use this tool if you wanted to view what HTML/CSS code another person used when creating their own website - perhaps they even added some additional CSS stylesheets that weren't included with the original HTML code!

The Get Source Code of Webpage tool allows you to copy the HTML code from any web page, without having to download it.

To use this tool:

1. Copy the entire HTML code from inside your browser window (or press Ctrl+C).

2. Paste the code into a text editor such as Notepad or Wordpad (or press Ctrl+V). Note that this will not work if there are any special characters in the HTML code that do not appear on your keyboard's numeric keypad (e.g., “ or \). If this happens, try copying and pasting again with different combinations of keys until you get it right!