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HTML5 and CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide, Seventh Edition by Bruce Hyslop, Elizabeth Castro

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Viewing Your Page in a Browser

Once you’ve created a page, you’ll want to see what it looks like in a browser. In fact, since you don’t know which browser your visitors will be using—and browsers don’t always render pages exactly the same way—it’s recommended to look at the page in several browsers.

To view your page in a browser

1. Open a browser.

2. Choose File > Open, > Open File, or > Open Page (just not Open Location), depending on the browser Image.

Image From the desired browser (this is Firefox), choose File > Open File. In Internet Explorer, it’s ...

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