59.2 Nautilus Browsing HTML Documents

HTML documents (the type of documents that form the basis of the world wide web), whether they live on your local disk or somewhere on the web, are just another type of document, and Nautilus treats them as such. Open one and you begin browsing the web within the Nautilus shell! By default Nautilus uses the Embedded Mozilla to render these documents, but others can be plugged in, depending on your desires.

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