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    I'm trying to make an html file that someone could download and open locally offline. The page contains images - how can I get it so that this user would be able to see the images?
    Its not the cards you're dealt, its how you play the hand!

    Originally posted by ryuandwings
    Where can I get a roll of tin foil?
    I been looking for that all over the net, but I can't find it.
    Please help.

  • #2
    save it as a web archive .mht
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    • #3
      I saved as .MHT and when you open the MHT file it just opens the source into the browser?
      Its not the cards you're dealt, its how you play the hand!

      Originally posted by ryuandwings
      Where can I get a roll of tin foil?
      I been looking for that all over the net, but I can't find it.
      Please help.

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      • #4
        You could tell them to save the page as a web archive. Or pdf the page and have them download that.
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        • #5
          Thanks guys. What I ended up doing was copying everything into a powerpoint presentation and saving it from powerpoint as a webpage file, html. This is an awesome feature of powerpoint. It saves every individual slide as an html file, and also saves all images/sliders used as Slider_jpg files and sticks all of those files into a folder that it permenantly links to a file that it creates = Project.HTM. Everytime you copy and past Project.HTM, it automatically takes the folder too. When you access the HTM file from any pc, it basically gives you a slide show right in your web browser. Thanks again, though.
          Its not the cards you're dealt, its how you play the hand!

          Originally posted by ryuandwings
          Where can I get a roll of tin foil?
          I been looking for that all over the net, but I can't find it.
          Please help.

          Comment

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