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View Full Version : Saving a Webpage to Hard Drive with IE



peterinwa
12-08-2004, 11:36 PM
I used File/Save As and it works except that my .css file doesn't get included nor the graphics.

Otherwise the html and JavaScript seems to work.

Is there a simple way to save a complete webpage to hard drive with Internet Explorer?

Thanks, Peter

peterinwa
12-08-2004, 11:44 PM
P.S.

Actually, while I experienced the above problems someone else didn't. It worked fine for them. ???

But then they tried to write it to a CD and it didn't work. They say it does work when they write it to a CD on a Mac. I should have clarified the problem is trying to do it on a PC... it's not IE that's the problem.

Sorry. And thanks for any ideas.

A major publisher in New York is trying to do this to get my website on a CD to be distributed with a book... as I type this. If they fail, they'll just leave it off and it will be a big loss for me.

FYI when they first approached me I just assumed that my webpage would have to be rewritten in some other language for a CD. But they told me just downloading my HTML/JavaScript worked fine.

monkey_fart
12-08-2004, 11:54 PM
you could have a link for all the relative files to be downloaded, or just send them an archive of the site (.zip,.rar etc)

peterinwa
12-09-2004, 12:11 AM
Thanks. This is pretty much "over my head," but I am thinking that if they put all the individual files on the CD I am pretty much giving all my coding away.

The webpage is in frames, so though anyone can do a View/Source to my website they don't see all the files. And certainly not the .js files called by other files. Not a novice, anyway.



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