Options dialog box: Environment > Web Browser
Applies to: Visual Studio Visual Studio for Mac Visual Studio Code
Sets options for both the internal Web browser and Internet Explorer. To access this dialog box, click Options on the Tools menu, expand the Environment folder, and select Web Browser.
This feature is deprecated in Visual Studio 2022 and won’t be supported going forward.
Opening certain files or components from the Web can execute code on your computer.
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Sets the page displayed when you open the IDE Web Browser.
Lets you designate a Search page for the internal Web browser. This location can differ from the search page used by instances of Internet Explorer initiated outside of the integrated development environment (IDE).
View source in
Sets the editor used to open a Web page when you choose View Source on the page from the internal Web browser.
Source editor Select to view source in the editor.
HTML editor Select to view source in the HTML designer. Use this selection to edit the Web page in one of two views: Design view or the standard text-based Source view.
External editor Select to view source in another editor. Specify the path of any editor you choose, for example, Notepad.exe.
Internet Explorer Options
Click to change options for Internet Explorer in the Internet Properties dialog box. Changes made in this dialog box affect both the internal Web browser and instances of Internet Explorer initiated outside of the Visual Studio IDE (for example, from the Start menu).
Use the Browse With dialog box to replace the Visual Studio internal Web browser with a browser of your choice. You can access the Browse With dialog box from the right-click or context menu of, for example, an HTML file in your project.
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