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Chapter 28. Finding, Organizing, and Sav... > Saving and Editing Web Pages

Saving and Editing Web Pages

Only the simplest Web pages consist of a single, simple document. More often, the page you see in your browser consists of one or more HTML documents and several linked images. You cannot save all the elements on the entire page in one smooth operation. Instead, when you choose File, Save As, Internet Explorer saves the underlying HTML document and ignores any images or pages linked to that page. (You can also choose to save the current page as a plain-text document instead of an HTML-formatted page.)

To save graphics, frames, and other files linked to the current page, you must right-click on each item and choose Save Target As from the shortcut menu. Right-click on any link and use the same menu choice to save a linked page without opening it.


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