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

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The Inspiration of Others

One of the easiest ways to expand your HTML fluency is by looking at how other page developers and designers have created their pages. Luckily, HTML code is easy to view and learn from. However, text content, graphics, sounds, video, style sheets, and other external files may be copyrighted. As a general rule, use other’s pages for inspiration for your HTML, and then create your own content.

To view other designers’ HTML code with View Source

1. Open a Web page with any browser.

2. Choose View Source (or the appropriate choice for a particular browser) (Image and ). The HTML code will be displayed .

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