Open HTML files with File Viewer Plus

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Do you need to open a Hypertext Markup Language (.HTML) file?

File Viewer Plus can open HTML files, and allows you to view the HTML as a webpage or source code. You can also edit the HTML and save the file.

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What is a .HTML file?

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HTML stands for "Hypertext Markup Language," which is a markup language used to create webpages. HTML files are widely used on the Internet to store HTML and format the structure of webpages displayed in web browsers, such as Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. The files are stored in a plain text format and contain tags that define the page layout and content for the webpage.

Web developers often create and edit HTML files, but if you are an average Internet user you most likely will not see the HTML source code since it is parsed by the web browser. If you do need to open an HTML file, File Viewer Plus allows you to view the file as a webpage or as source code. When viewing the HTML as source code, the program provides various viewing features, including a syntax tree view, word wrap, code folding, ruler, and line numbers. You can also edit the HTML in the file and save your changes.

Learn more about HTML files at FileInfo.com

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When viewing an HTML file as a webpage, it may not appear the same as in a web browser.

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