Re: HTML viewers
Glenn Darwin (gdarwin@IGLOU.COM)
Sun, 1 Sep 1996 22:35:56 -0400
Pete Murray wrote:
> Hey all, hope you are having a great Labor Day weekend....
> I have a special need. I have been appointed to give a few minutes
> every Roundtable to Scouting on the Internet. I want to set up a "slide
> show" of different Web Sites using the various HTML files I have captured.
> Any ideas as to which viewer supports this??? I do not have an available pbx
> line to do a "live" showing. Your expertise and comments would be much
> Pete... firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is the way I have to do it, since I do not even have a phone line
at the fire station where we meet.
First go get Netscape's Navigator Gold. (http://home.netscape.com) From
your header I am assuming you are running a 32 bit OS.
Create a special directory for your show.
With NS Gold, go to each site you want to show and while on the site
press the edit button. This will cause Netscape to save the HTML, pics,
etc., to your disk. Let NS default and it will convert all links to
reference your hard drive. Save them to the directory you created. Write
down the individual file names so you can reference them later.
When you get ready to do your "slide show" just open each file from any
browser to display them (File/Open File). Again I am guessing you are
going to be using your PC and some kind of over head "data show" to
Any questions, just holler.
Glenn Darwin WB4NPP NT Systems Administation
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