Ok I made a web site for the national park service. I used fireworks and named the main page index.html. Bad idea. I want to edit this thing at my house, and I need to save all the pictures to my home computer. It uses rollover images so I can't just right-click on the images. Is there any way that I can get IE to show me what's in the directory instead of the page index.html?
The web server probably won't let you browse if it's set to first display the index.html file.
Don't you have FTP access to the site (I mean, you did write it)?
If it's just the stuff you see in you browser you want down loaded, you could try one of the following
- in IE, use Save As...
- Download each file manually. You know what the filenames are, they're all in the html source.
- Use an app like Teleport Pro to download the site for you.
There some programms
There are some programs that allow you to download the website in your hard drive ; therefore you can open it without being online.....
Let me see... Can anybody help us....?
But is this related to the C++...:confused:
Re: There some programms
>There are some programs that allow you to download the website in your hard drive ; therefore you can open it without being online.....
Yes, like Teleport Pro
>But is this related to the C++...:confused:
No, thats why it's in the General forum. :)
have you tried just typing in the names of the files (easily found using the handy dandy "view source" command) in the IE bar and downloading it that way?
There's about 30 images. I'm trying to avoid doing that, because they have weird names because fireworks sucks.
Every image that you see on the internet is stored in your temp folder. I'm not sure about it with the whole fireworks thing but couldn't you just go to your temp folder and save it?