Re: Simple Question

Subject: Re: Simple Question
From: Nancy McGough <nm -at- NOADSPLEASE -dot- II -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 3 Feb 1999 13:33:57 -0500

On 1 Feb 1999, Susan Healey <susan_healey -at- BC -dot- SYMPATICO -dot- CA> wrote:
> I've been trying to save or print from web sites done in Frames
> - without success. Is there a trick to this or is it simply not
> possible to print web frames...?

If you're on a page like this

+-------------------------------------------+
| link1 | |
| link2 | contents of document at linkN |
| link3 | |
+-------------------------------------------+

and you want to print the document at linkN, you can right click
on the "linkN" link in the navigation frame on the left and
choose "Get link document in new window" (this is how it's
phrased in Opera; other browsers use similar wording) and then
the document will be opened in its own window and you can print
or save it.

Sometimes you need to use your browser's Back button to get to a
point where you can right click on the link to the document
you're interested in. If you want to get the contents of the left
navigation frame in a window by itself, you can sometimes figure
out its URL by looking at the source.

Good luck,
Nancy (hater of frames in web pages)

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