The Inspect Element is a handy feature that allows developers, UI designers, and marketers to inspect the back end of a website, make temporary changes to the HTML and CSS, or collect ideas from other websites.
The steps to finding the feature defer from one browser to another and from the device you're using.
Chrome users, for instance, need to right-click and select Inspect to access the feature.
However, Mac and Safari users need to enable the Develop menu first to be able to access the Inspect Element option.
Although the access to Inspect Elements is not as obvious on Safari as it is on the Google Chrome browser, it is still a straightforward and easy-to-follow process.
So, for those wondering where the web inspector in Safari is, keep on reading to find out.
That's it now you have access to Inspect Elements on a Safari browser.
As opposed to Safari, Google Chrome and Firefox do not require adjusting the setting in your browser to enable the Inspect Elements feature.
All users need to do is right-click a specific website and select Inspect.
There are also a few other ways you can access the Inspect Elements feature in Google Chrome and Firefox.
Additionally, you can try ctrl + shift + c.
It might be useful to also check out how to Inspect Element on iPhone.
To access Inspect Elements with a keyboard shortcut, use cmd+shift+c.
No, there is no way anyone can see if someone is using Inspect Elements on their website. The changes you might want to do are going to be visible only for you and not anyone else.
You can block some popular ways of accessing Inspect Elements but you can’t block the access completely. For example, you can restrict visitors from accessing page elements by using the right-click option, or by using the keyboard shortcuts.
1. Right-click on a website and choose Inspect Element.
2. Click on the image you want to save. In the inspector view the image’s URL will be highlighted, so right-click on it and choose open in the new tab.
3. Once the image is opened in a new tab, right-click on it and select save as.
‘View page source’ and ‘Inspect Elements ‘are two browser features.
Although both features enable users to view the HTML code of a website, they aren't the same.
The 'View page source’' option simply shows the HTML presented by the webserver to the URL browser.