Creating a Web Page using Mozilla Composer
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Preview in Browser

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Preview in a Browser

To preview your page in a browser window to see what it will look like once it is loaded on the World Wide Web:

Step 1:
Click on the “browse” icon in the toolbar.

browse icon

This will open a browser window so you can see how your page will appear after you load it on to a web server and make it viewable on the World Wide Web.

Step 2:
Verifying your page location:

Remember, the preview function DOES NOT mean your page is on the web
To verify the location of your page, look in the address bar at the top of the window:
address window with C:/
A file path beginning with file:///C:/ is displayed, meaning that the file is stored on your local hard drive (the C drive is your local hard drive).

address window with http://
A file path beginning with http:// means that your file is on the World Wide Web.

For more information about uploading a webpage into your School of Information server space, check out the How to Put Web Pages Online section of the How to Use Your School of Information Account Tutorial.


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