How is the data, when viewed in either standard view mode (i.e., with page source view not activated) or in page source/code view mode (with page source view activated) referred to?
In Design view (what you are calling "standard view") you would refer to 'layout' or 'layout elements'. In Code view, the data would be referred to as 'code', or 'HTML'.
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So to clarify - you're looking for common, widely used terms to describe looking at HTML in a browser versus HTML in a code editor?
How about this:
Source code = code as seen in the editor (or using view source - you see un-rendered HTML code)
Rendered code = HTML code rendered in the browser (or other user agent).
Can't say the above is widely used but it's the way I'd define it. Hope this helps.
Yes thanks for clarifying that. This is within a browser context and not an editor... Thought some here might have an idea.