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Thu 10/11/05 at 09:20
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"just asking"
Posts: 63
Hi,
can anyone tell me how to get in to the HTML to add or modify the code. I tried looking in the web preview then View / Source. When I click Save, the new code is not saved? I am inserting the extra code in between the part.

Any help please.

Thanks
Sat 12/11/05 at 20:16
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"tinycurve.gif"
Posts: 5,857
It'll look like this: [URL]http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y206/akaCol/html_icon.gif[/URL]
Sat 12/11/05 at 19:54
Regular
"just asking"
Posts: 63
Hi, thanks for your help so far. Please can you clarify on the next step:

Then double-click the icon for the HTML file,(I am locating the file in My Documents)what icon is this? I just see a yellow folder as a thumbnail.

Thanks again.
Fri 11/11/05 at 21:31
Regular
"tinycurve.gif"
Posts: 5,857
Yeah, the one which says "File Type" or sometimes it says "Save as Type"
Fri 11/11/05 at 16:40
Regular
"just asking"
Posts: 63
Thanks for both replies. I tried the fist suggestion but still the same problem, not saving the code.

Suggestion 2, Instead of doing Preview, click on Save As in Publisher. Select "Web Page" or "HTML File" (whichever is in the list)

Q/Is this the dropdown FILE menu list?.
Thu 10/11/05 at 14:15
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"l33t cs50r"
Posts: 2,956
Not wanting to be too obvious here but...

Locate file, right click > Open With > Notepad?
Thu 10/11/05 at 14:00
Regular
"tinycurve.gif"
Posts: 5,857
Instead of doing Preview, click on Save As in Publisher. Select "Web Page" or "HTML File" (whichever is in the list). Save it to a place where you know you can find it. Then double-click the icon for the HTML file, right-click in the browser, View, Source. Now it should be editable.
Thu 10/11/05 at 09:20
Regular
"just asking"
Posts: 63
Hi,
can anyone tell me how to get in to the HTML to add or modify the code. I tried looking in the web preview then View / Source. When I click Save, the new code is not saved? I am inserting the extra code in between the part.

Any help please.

Thanks

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