Always wanting to crackle up to the roots of a webpage, yet returning empty handed? Only because you are not doing the way it should be. Many Android and iOS users have been complaining about the webpage source and more importantly how to find it is a major issue.
View Webpage Source Code
Taking up each platform separately will be beneficial for the readers as they can jump on to their designated software and can weed out information regarding their problem
We can see it is way much easier if you use michelsen.dk code which aims to provide you sources for your web page instead of using Cydia tweak to view source. Here’s how you do it
- Bookmark any page for e.g. may it be (Google.com) with your default iPhone or iPad browser and book mark it as “View Source” as it’s being done on the screenshot.
- Next you need to log onto the following link and copy the entire content which is available on the page. http://ole.michelsen.dk/viewsource/bookmarklet.min.js
- Now tap the bookmark icon on your iPhone and then push the edit icon and paste the content you copied in step 2 onto the URL bar and tap on done
- Users might be confused as to how to view the web page source, it could be shown by simply clicking in the bookmark tab and the previously bookmarked page named as “View Source” should be opened. As you can see the below screen shot that when you open the view source tab you will be redirected to a page with different highlighted URLs and hence you can get the source of the web page.
Hmm now let’s talk about Android; I am pretty much sure the readers are more concerned and interested over reading this how to do guide. Quite interestingly this can be as easier if you have installed Chrome browser on your Android phone.
- Just put
view-source:before the URL as shown below and hit the go button, instantly you will see the source code of the page.