On 07/13/2013 09:32 PM, Andrew wrote:
This link: https://help.libreoffice.org/Common/HTML_Source
Displays the source text of the current HTML document. To view the HTML
source of a new document, you must first save the new document as an
Choose View - HTML Source
Open context menu in an HTML document
I followed these instructions precisely (although "context menu" is a
pretty vague phrase in this context).
This doesn't work. So either the docs are incomplete, or just plain
wrong; I leave it to you folks to decide what semantics you prefer,
however in the meantime I'd appreciate some accurate instructions as to
how to actually view HTML source (and ideally edit it as well) .
What LO tool are you using to view this hypothetical HTML file?
If you are using Firefox to view the HTML page then you can view the
source by right clicking on the page and selecting "View Page Source"
from the resulting menu. But I get the feeling that you are referring
to something else.
^ ^ Mark LaPierre
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