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Run Selected HTML: Instantly Execute And Preview HTML Code [Chrome]

 

Being a web developer, you may frequently need to execute and preview HTML code not only from your own working, but perhaps from different other websites and blogs as well. A Google Chrome extension, Run Selected HTML, can be of great help in such a case. With this extension, you can instantly run a demo of any selected HTML code. Usage is as simple as highlighting the code, clicking the Run Selected Code option in the context menu, and see the demo instantly.

Once the extension is installed, a Run Selected Code option is added to the right-click context menu. So, whenever you come across an HTML code, just click this option and preview the code within the browser. The result of your selected code opens in a new tab.

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The extension can come in pretty handy with complicated development sessions, as you would no longer need to copy-paste the code, or save your HTML’s over and over for previewing. Visit the link given below, check it out and let us know what you think.

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Run Selected HTML: Instantly Execute And Preview HTML Code [Chrome]
Zainab
Mon, 12 Dec 2011 08:48:45 GMT

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