HTML and CSS Reference
Update the page in the text editor.
Save the page to include any changes.
Refresh the page in the browser.
Typically, the text editor and browser run simultaneously so you can easily switch between the two.
There's no need to close the web page in the browser and re-open — refreshing or reloading the
newly saved page achieves the same effect.
Again, the various browsers are relatively consistent, with the exception of Internet Explorer, in
their implementation of the page reloading feature, as shown in the following table:
View ➪ Refresh
View ➪ Reload
View ➪ Reload Page
View ➪ Reload This Page
All modern browsers make it easy to reload the page with the click of a mouse. Although the icon
symbol varies somewhat, each browser provides a button with one or more curved arrows to reload
the page when selected. Figure 3-2 shows where you can find the refresh/reload icon in a variety of