With netscape there is an actual file that is called bookmarks that you can
open up with Netscape. I guess there might be something like that in IE, do a
search for favourites and see what happens.
The NYT had a piece on sites that take your bookmarks and turn them into web
pages for free!!!
Once the page is up you can save it to a disk or just give someone the url.
In a message dated 7/13/00 7:58:38 AM, kimberly writes:
<< Dear list,
Does anyone know how to save bookmarks to a disk for use on another
computer? I had a teacher in my html class do it - he gave us a disk with
examples of good and bad sites. Our educator wants the URL for art education
sites I have saved (I've tried exporting and importing but that doesn't
work. When you click on it tries to go to my hard drive instead of the URL.)
We are both using IE 5.0. >>
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