Word 2000 has the option to save "filtered" HTML, i.e. without the reams of
Office-specific tags at the top of the page. It appears as "Web page,
filtered" in the file-types drop-down box.
Using the "filtered" option generally reduces the page size considerably,
e.g. 28K to 8K in the example I just tried.
From: Stig Eide [mailto:stigeide@YAHOO.COM]
Sent: November 28, 2003 3:36 AM
Subject: Re: Requesting feedback on webpage
It looks really nice in my IE 6, 1024x768 resolution.
Some minor tips:
When the mouse is over the left menu items, it would be nice
to have a
"hand" pointer (as when you mouseover links), instead of
can use the style attribute like this: style="cursor: hand;"
In addition, it is possible to get the sas code the same
look as in
the enhanced explorer by copying it from there and pasting
winword and then saving as html. The problem with that
that the size of the page will increase.
"Richard A. DeVenezia" <email@example.com> wrote in
> Hi All:
> I've done some major work on my SAS macros page and would
like to get some
> feedback ; good, bad
> or indifferent.
> The page is
> The page is php generated and uses some CSS and
> I have tested the page with Opera 7.22, Mozilla 1.5,
Firebird 0.7 and IE
> 6.0. The Gecko engine has a little trouble with some of
my css and pushes
> out a
> small square artifact, but otherwise looks good.
> Some new content to check out is
> Data out - sas2xls and xmlib
> Macro programming - array