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    Epiphany browser - View source

    Hello.

    Ive googled a bit, & see that Epiphany is / was designed for Ubuntu / Linux.

    Question: How do I add / see my existing "extensions"? (I saw this as i was Googling.

    Question: can I 'view source' of a website ? - to see the HTML code ? I'm a website designer & sometimes havce to see what my pages are doing..

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    Re: Epiphany browser - View source

    Quote Originally Posted by Gordonisnz View Post
    Hello.

    Ive googled a bit, & see that Epiphany is / was designed for Ubuntu / Linux.

    Question: How do I add / see my existing "extensions"? (I saw this as i was Googling.

    Question: can I 'view source' of a website ? - to see the HTML code ? I'm a website designer & sometimes havce to see what my pages are doing..
    It's always nice to include specific links as reference.

    1. I've not seen references about Epiphany being designed for "Ubuntu/Linux". It's a project of GNOME and is ideally meant to be run in a GNOME environment.

    2. ???

    3. Most browsers set Control+U to view source. Maybe Epiphany does so as well.
    Users can easily damage their systems by using sudo su if they aren't experienced enough.

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    Re: Epiphany browser - View source

    Quote Originally Posted by vasa1 View Post
    ...
    3. Most browsers set Control+U to view source. Maybe Epiphany does so as well.
    Yes, it does.

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    Re: Epiphany browser - View source

    Quote Originally Posted by Gordonisnz View Post
    Hello.


    Question: How do I add / see my existing "extensions"? (I saw this as i was Googling.
    Epiphany has its own extensions and its own extensions manager (see attached image), which you can enabling or disabling simply thicking in the extensions window.
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