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Chapter 2. Starting Your Web Page > Saving Your Web Page

Saving Your Web Page

If you're using a simple text editor to create your Web pages, you shouldn't have any trouble saving a Web page. But if you're using a fancy word processor, you have to insist that you don't want all of the extra information that the program will package with the file. Instead, you save the file as Text Only: pure letters, numbers, and a few special characters here and there. That way, any computer will be able to open your Web page. Then, to ensure that any browser will know what to do with the file once it's open, it's essential to use the proper file extension.

Figure 2.20. Choose File > Save As from your word processor or text editor. (WordPad is on the left, SimpleText on the right.)



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