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Getting files for Lesson 9

If you do not have a copy of HTML documents for up to this section, Preformatted Text, follow these instructions to download a working copy. The instructions will vary depending on which web browser you are using.

If there is a Source option under a View menu:
Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, NCSA Mosaic...

NOTE: You may have to instruct your browser which application to use to view the HTML source. Look for an option under Preferences and select any text editor application.

  1. Select the link below to see to the sample page
  2. Select View Source or Document Source
  3. Save the file on your hard drive

If there is an option to save as "HTML" or "Source" (in the dialog box after selecting Save As... from the File menu.
Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, NCSA Mosaic...

  1. Select the link below to see to the sample page
  2. Select Save As... from the File menu
  3. Select the option to save as HTML
  4. Save the file on your hard drive

If there is a "secret" popup menu (click and hold the mouse for Macintosh; click and hold the right mouse button for Windows and Unix)
Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, NCSA Mosaic...

  1. Click and hold the mouse to bring up the "secret" menu
  2. Select Save this Link as...
  3. When prompted, enter a name for the file.
  4. Save the file.
Files for Lesson 9
|_| directory iconwork area
      directory iconpictures
            text iconlava.gif
            text iconleft.gif
            text iconmsh.gif
            text iconseismo.jpg
            text iconstamp.gif
      directory iconvolcano
            text iconindex.html
            text iconmsh.html

Writing HTML: Getting HTML for Lesson 9
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