Philip Westfall, November 3, 2017
We’ve all been there:
Staring at your website and just obsessing over a few little things that just don’t seem "right".
Maybe it’s the text, the font, the spacing, the colors, or something else.
Either way, you wish you could simply make a quick edit and hit save when everything looks perfect.
The good news is that modern browsers, (like Chrome, Firefox and Safari) offer a couple ways to preview simple changes to any webpage:
Yes, any web page. Even ones that aren’t yours!
This means you can modify the HTML and CSS, also known as source code, right in your browser.
Keep in mind, this only modifies the local version on your computer and doesn’t actually rewrite anything on the server. It’s just a preview.
But wait, there’s more!
There is now a way to make edits to your website using your browser's developer tools that can be permanently saved on the server, so keep reading!
Here is the step-by-step process for editing a web page using Google Chrome.
Now that you know how to modify any website, let’s get back to what’s most important.
This could not be any simpler. If your website is built and hosted with PageCloud, you can use your browser’s developer tools to make permanent edits to any of your web pages.
How about some even better news? You can bypass the developer tools and simply make changes right in the editor.
PageCloud lets you completely customize your pages without ever having to go into the source code. Just click, and edit using the palette. If you’ve never written code, this will be a much more user-friendly interface!
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