Saving pages to the desktop.

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  • #771519

    mbukee452
    Member

    I want to save all my articles to my computer and that includes all the graphipcs and whatnot. I have saved some articles as ‘Webpage Complete’ to a folder on my desktop thinking that it would save everything..and I could view the article with all the graphics of the theme without logging onto the internet. I’ve just opened one of the articles up and noticed that the graphics are not showing including some key information within the article; the text is also bunched-up. Yet in the folder on the desktop all the graphics are clearly present. I suspect that there may be some directory problems but I would not know where to start.

    Any ideas?

    The blog I need help with is mbukee.wordpress.com.

    #771806

    mbukee452
    Member

    Bump

    #771811

    timethief
    Member

    I want to save all my articles to my computer and that includes all the graphipcs and whatnot.

    Do any of these look like they would be workable for you?

    #771812

    1tess
    Moderator Emeritus

    “Bump” is not polite on these forums. If one of you fellow bloggers who volunteer to answer questions here knows an answer, then he or she will respond.

    At any rate, I’ll make a guess at what you want:
    Get an off-line editor such as LiveWriter or Ecto or MarsEdit.

    That way, what you post can be saved to your computer.

    #771822

    auxclass
    Member

    Bumping distorts the fabric of space and time – and reduces the help you get in many cases –

    #771838

    mbukee452
    Member

    I didn’t know that it was unacceptible to bump. It was almost 11 hours a go that I created the thread. Thanks for the advice 1tess and timethief. I guess that the bump worked.

    #771839

    timethief
    Member

    This time it worked.

    #771840

    mbukee452
    Member

    I’ll remember not to bump next time.

    #771841

    timethief
    Member

    If you use an offline blog editor then you will automatically have a a copy of each and every post or page you create on your blog.

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