To edit an existing page from a Mac or PC, start up Netscape, and view the page you wish to edit. From the File menu at the top of the screen, select "Save As...". Now you want to make sure you change the format from Text to Source, so that you get the HTML code, instead of just the text from the page. You might also choose a different name (perhaps something.html) to save it under. On the Macs or the PC's with Windows95 in the lab, you can save files either to a floppy disk, or to the special "Temp Save Folder" on the Hard Drive. On the NT machines save it in your home directory "u:\username". To get to this directory in NT, double click on the "My Computer" icon (or open the WindowsNT explorer) and select the "U" drive. Then double click on the folder that bears your user-name.
To create a new file, open a text editor. On the PC you can use "Notepad", and on the Mac you can use "Simple text" or "BBEdit". Then start typing in the HTML for your new file. Once you are done creating the file save it as described above.
Author: Evelyn Sander, edited by Heidi Burgiel and John McDonald
Comments to: email@example.com
Created: Jun 09 1996 --- Last modified: Jun 11 1996