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From: "Ralph Taylor" <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] FREEPAGES-HELP Going from webpages to Notepad
Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2008 17:26:24 -0600
At 05:20 PM 6/20/2008, James W. Thompson wrote:
>I posted my web pages over two years ago and have forgotten how to go
>from the actual pages to Notepad so I can revise the web pages. If you
>can go through the actual key strokes to do this it would be immensely
If the page is on your hard drive, right click the page > Open With >
Select Notepad > Edit > Save > and publish.
I'm guessing that you're not using a WYSIWYG Web editor (else you wouldn't
need Notepad for editing). Therefore, you may be using Windows Explorer to
locate the file. Windows will normally open a file with a .htm or .html
filename extension in your default Web browser, which doesn't allow editing.
"Open With" allows you to choose another application (Notepad being one) to
open the file.
To open a page in Notepad from the Web -- rather than your hard drive --
click View > Source. A Notepad window will open with the page code &
content. You can edit & save this file to your local drive if you wish.
However, the changes will not be on the remote site until you publish the
page back again.
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