Re: Problem using graphic background with tables
by "Ted Temer" <temer(at)c-zone.net>
||Sat, 29 Sep 2001 09:50:47 -0700
||ioa localhost bert
Thanks for the info. I would never have dreamed that it would be Internet
Explorer. Never even gave it a though while I was trying different programs
As I have a nice little button that allows me to open a web in FrontPage, I
have never had the occasion to "Save" a web page using IE.
I can certainly see why such a page might subsequently give trouble. For
although, all the goodies might be on that page at the time of the save,
simply saving it would not insure that the file structure, for example,
would be correct. FrontPage on the other hand would offer to import all the
extra stuff as it was being saved and create a file structure if needed.
Temercraft Designs Redding, CA
> > Just out of curiosity, just WHAT software makes the following on a
> > > I see "MSHTML 5.50.4807.2300" (obviously a Microsoft product) in the
> > > code...
> > In fact, I have tried everything on my machine and I have a LOT of MS
> > products. Nothing--that I have at least--capable of saving as an HTML
> > shows this strange notation.
> The answer is very simple: MSIE5.5. When you save a complete web page
> (using the File:Save As menu item) it adds the following:
> <.!-- saved from url=(0040)http:// ........whatever.......... -->
> <.META http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html; charset=windows-1252".>
> <.META content="MSHTML 5.50.4807.2300" name=GENERATOR.>
> Guess what.... 5.50.4807.2300 happens to be a recent version of MSIE.
> Well, that's what it does for me. I have come across this with files sent
> by clients too. Why would they have saved it this way? Who knows....
> know of one case where a client had developed a draft website on their
> knew how to access it via the IP number but could not get the source
> off their server. So they accessed it with the IP Address and saved the
> whole thing from MSIE.
> Armed with this knowledge, if any of you ever need to "copy" a website,
> FTP whenever possible. Or (as long as the pages aren't ASP, SHTML, or
> server generated types), view the source and save that.
> Bert Doorn, Web Developer
> Beginners Web Design Tutorial
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