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- To: zzdev@xxxxxxxxxx
- From: Kenichi Unnai <t95129ku@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 03 Dec 1998 02:37:53 +0900
- Organization: SFC Keio University
- References: <22.214.171.124.19981203015202.008d7100@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Reply-to: zzdev@xxxxxxxxxx
Ted Nelson wrote:
> Finally, years late, I found out that I could use Netscape to
> save all the pictures on a page by doing an "Edit page"
> and THEN saving the page I was supposedly editing.
> This also keeps Netscape from re-contacting the server if I want to
> print the page. (Geez, thanks a lot for telling me ...)
I didn't know that......does it works!?
> save all the pieces, whereas others don't -- such as
I can see that.
between head tags, like
/* Load the pictures */
/* Actual html page description */
This means every picture are stored in the computer memory before it appears on
the browser screen.
/* Load the pics */
Hey this does work, but it seems something is gonna be wrong! :-)
.......I think this is an intentinal html code....as the bud ugly html code.
Ken'ichi Unnai > 雲内健一
Environmental Information Department of Keio University, Japan