In Mozilla FireFox open in the menu "View" and click "Source code page". The same point is in the context menu that appears when you click the right mouse button the text page. You can use CTRL + U. Mozilla FireFox and not using external programs - the source code of the page with syntax highlighting will open in a separate browser window.
In Internet Explorer click "File" and select "Edit in Notepad". Instead of the name, the Scratchpad can be written by another program you've assigned in your browser to view the source code. On click page right-click the mouse falls a context menu, which also has a clause that allows you to open the source code of the page in an external program - "View HTMLcode".
In the Opera browser menu, go to "Page" and you will have the ability to choose the section "development Tools" the item "of Source codeor Source code of the frame. This choice assigned hot keys CTRL + U and CTRL + SHIFT + U respectively. In the context menu that is bound to the click page , right-click, also there's a "Source code". Opera opens the source page in an external program, which is scheduled in the OS or in the browser settings for editing HTML files.
Google Chrome is without a doubt has the best organization view the source code. Clicking on the page, right-click, you can select "View codeand page" and then the source code with syntax highlighting will be opened in a separate tab. Or you can choose from the same menu line "View codeand item and browser in the same tab will open two additional frames which you can inspect the HTML and CSScode of any element of the page. The browser will respond to moving the cursor on lines of codeand highlighting for the page elements corresponding to that area of the HTMLcode.
In the Apple Safari browser, expand "View" and select "View HTMLcode". In the menu that appears when you right-click an open page, the corresponding item named "View source". This action assigned hotkeys CTRL + ALT + U. the Source code opens in a separate browser window.