In Firefox, if you select some text and then choose the "View
Selection Source" option in the context menu, it *does* show you the
current DOM and not the original HTML.

~Jon

On Feb 18, 3:01 am, Bertilo Wennergren <berti...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 06:16, RobG <rg...@iinet.net.au> wrote:
> > View source shows the original HTML used to create a document,
> > subsequent changes to the document do not modify that.
>
> > It's just how browsrs work, they could show an HTML representation of
> > the current document (the innerHTML property of the HTML element goes
> > pretty close) if they wished.
>
> The Firefox extension Web Developer has the option "View generated
> source", which actually does that. It can be quite handy at times.
>
> --
> Bertilo Wennergren
> berti...@gmail.comhttp://bertilow.com

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