- Websites: Okay, so you can file this one under ‘pretty obvious’. …
- Web Applications: As browsers and personal computers have continued to improve, so, too, has the abilities to create robust web applications. …
- Presentations: …
- Server applications: …
- Web Servers: …
- Games: …
- Art: …
- Smartwatch apps:
How do I pull the HTML code from a website?
- Open your browser and navigate to the page for which you wish to view the HTML.
- Right-click on the page to open the right-click menu after the page finishes loading.
- Click the menu item that allows you to view the source. …
- When the source page opens, you’ll see the HTML code for the full page.
- Load a web page in the Chrome browser.
- Right-click the page, then click View page source.
- You should see a lot of code. Search the page for gtag. js or analytics. js (for Universal Analytics) or ga. js (for Classic Analytics).