Viewing Pages with Web Contents
With CLion, you can perform two opposite operations:
- Preview the output of your Web application in the browser to check whether the pages are rendered correctly. CLion can display a page preview in a browser of your choice or you can switch between several browsers. CLion currently supports previews in the following browsers:
View the HTML source code of a Web page in the CLion editor.
Previewing pages with web content in a browser
To preview an opened file in a web browser, do one of the following:
On the main menu, choose. The current file opens in the default browser.
With the editor tab having the focus, chooseon the main menu or press Alt+F2. Then select the desired browser from the list:
Hover your mouse pointer over the code to show the browser icons bar, and click the icon that indicates the desired browser:
Opening web page in the editor
To open the HTML source code of a Web page in the editor
You can open the HTML source code of any Web page in the CLion editor.
No matter which programming language was originally used to develop a page (for example, XML or PHP), CLion shows the resulting HTML code.
In the Open URL dialog box that opens, specify the URL address of the desired Web page. Type the URL address manually or choose a previously specified one from the drop-down list.