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Lesson Plans


Usng Netscape

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Sandra Hildreth (shildret)
Mon, 20 Apr 1998 22:30:40 -0400


Amy wrote:
If you are using Netscape, when you get to a page of links you can
choose from
the VIEW menu "Document Source" and see all of the html coding for that
page.
This contains the actual URL's or addresses for the links. I copy that
part
and paste it into a new word processing file (like Word 5.0) and later
go in
and remove all of the html and leave the addresses. That way I have a
document
I can print or save anywhere on my computer as a reference list of
sites. I
have different files for sites on several topics. Just a suggestion for
those
of you (like me) who see great stuff all over the place but don't always
have
time right then to look up all of the links.

When you are using Netscape, all you have to do is hold your mouse
button down over an URL (or even just the name of a site that is a link)
and a little menu will appear with choices like "Open this Link", "Add
Bookmark for this Link", and "Copy this Link Location". If you select
the "Copy this Link Location" choice, then switch to your word
processing page and "Paste" it, (also typing in the name of the Link so
you will know what the URL goes to) - you will have all you need,
without having to go into the source code.

--
Sandra Hildreth
C.L.A.S.S. (Cultural Literacy through Art & Social Studies)
http://www.northnet.org/mwcsart/mwart.htm
Art 7-12, Madrid-Waddington Central School, Madrid, NY 13660
Art Methods, St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY 13617