Inspecting PagesInspecting Pages

How do we interact with a website? Can we access its HTML structure? The answer is yes, and most browsers provide a feature that allows you to examine the structure of any webpage you're visiting. You can even make temporary changes to a page, but these alterations will only be visible to you. This suite of tools is commonly referred to as DevTools.

For instance, to access DevTools in the Chrome browser, simply right-click on any part of the page and select "Inspect" from the menu that appears. For example, open the Test page. Right-click anywhere on the page, and press the Inspect button. Now you can inspect the webpage structure and modify whatever you want.


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What is stored inside the second <div> element (which is a children of the <body> element)?

Select the correct answer

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