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HTML HTML Introduction First Steps

Shibu Thomas
Shibu Thomas
198 Points

Do we have to put the file extension as HTM as we save or HTML. The html just doesn't open for chrome.

The HTML doesn't open.

2 Answers

Matthew Bingham
Matthew Bingham
11,927 Points

What type of OS are you using - OSX or Windows (or other)? If windows, you may need to associate the HTML file type with Chrome. You can do this in Windows by doing the following:

  1. Right click the *.html file
  2. Choose "Open With" > "Choose default program"
  3. Select "Chome"

If chrome is unavailable in the default program list, you may need to search for the file (click the link to use other programs). The Chome program is usually installed in the folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application

If you have issues or a different OS let me know and I'll try and help you out.