Sat Aug 16 15:51:44 GMT 2003 How do the pages save?
I happened to notice something new to me about Mozilla Firebird today when saving a web page. Usually browsers just save whatever the web page has in it. So if the IMG SRC= points to a relative link, then when the page is on your computer your browser will look for the image relative to where the file is. But if it is an absolute: https://www.wherever.com/image.gif, then it will look to there and in all probabilty the image will display.
Of course it offers you options to only save the html if that's your desire.
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