References from Other Sources
Some Basics About Browsing
This is a list of reminders about really helpful things that I might forget
if I don't have a reminder.
from Bill Parke: To archive pages and linked objects from a Web site onto your home computer, follow these steps:
- Using Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 or 5, navigate to the top-level page you want to save.
- Decide how many levels below the current page you want to save.
- Choose the Favorites|Add to Favorites... menu item. (From here on, the steps describe IE 5 -- IE 4 dialogs are a little different but accomplish the same thing.)
- Check the box next to "Make available offline". The Customize button is now enabled.
- Click the Create In button and choose a folder in which to save your Web page archive.
- Click the Customize button and follow through the setup dialogs to specify how many page-levels to save and whether to synchronize (update) the archived pages later.
- Click OK to begin automatic downloading and saving the Web pages and linked items.
PS Did you see the article in PC Magazine, April 18, p. 50, "Setting up an E-Shop"?
The menu below presents more topics dealt with in more depth than the little reminders above.
Understanding your Monitor
Understanding your Monitor: Color
Understanding your Monitor: Resolution