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Autogenerating a HTML links/bookmarks page

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I am looking for a product that I am not sure exists.

I have bookmarks to webpages in Internet Explorer, Mozilla
Firefox, Opera, Netscape Navigator, and on a "Favorite
Links" page on my website. Every time I add a bookmarked
page, I have to do it five times. Is there a product or
combination of products that will synchronize my bookmarks
and generate a HTML document that I can upload to my
website? I am using Windows 2000.

Jul 23 '05 #1
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> I have bookmarks to webpages in Internet Explorer, Mozilla
Firefox, Opera, Netscape Navigator, and on a "Favorite
Links" page on my website. Every time I add a bookmarked
page, I have to do it five times.


Ok then - so why not just use the webpage for your bookmarks, insteed
of the pull down menu in erach browser ?

1. Add to webpage
2. Uplioad web page
3. Load that web page and add it as your start up page in each browser

Jul 23 '05 #2

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On 22 Dec 2004 12:27:37 -0800, da**********@gmail.com wrote:
I have bookmarks to webpages in Internet Explorer, Mozilla
Firefox, Opera, Netscape Navigator, and on a "Favorite
Links" page on my website. Every time I add a bookmarked
page, I have to do it five times.


Ok then - so why not just use the webpage for your bookmarks, insteed
of the pull down menu in erach browser ?

1. Add to webpage
2. Uplioad web page
3. Load that web page and add it as your start up page in each browser


What the heck are you two talking about, here in ciwah that is?

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Jul 23 '05 #3

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In article <32*************@individual.net>, no****@nospam.nospam
says...

I am looking for a product that I am not sure exists.

I have bookmarks to webpages in Internet Explorer, Mozilla
Firefox, Opera, Netscape Navigator, and on a "Favorite
Links" page on my website. Every time I add a bookmarked
page, I have to do it five times. Is there a product or
combination of products that will synchronize my bookmarks
and generate a HTML document that I can upload to my
website? I am using Windows 2000.

No, but I could write one for you for around $100..
Jul 23 '05 #4

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NoSpamThankYouMam wrote:
I am looking for a product that I am not sure exists.

Yahoo boookmarks <http://bookmarks.yahoo.com>

Jul 23 '05 #5

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NoSpamThankYouMam wrote:
I am looking for a product that I am not sure exists.

I have bookmarks to webpages in Internet Explorer, Mozilla
Firefox, Opera, Netscape Navigator, and on a "Favorite
Links" page on my website. Every time I add a bookmarked
page, I have to do it five times. Is there a product or
combination of products that will synchronize my bookmarks
and generate a HTML document that I can upload to my
website? I am using Windows 2000.

firefox has an extension that export bookmarks to IE (Favorites
Converter), i dont know about others
Jul 23 '05 #6

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Jul 23 '05 #7

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It's a bit late, but my solution to the problem is to save favorite links in
a dBase file.

I have written a simple dBase program that then sorts the links into
categories and prints the result out to an HTML page.
There are various other programs around that could be used instead of dBase.

I did try doing this job in Access and saving the result as an HTML file,
but access puts in tons of unnecessary code. If you are better at Access
than I am maybe you could write a script that writes a simple HTML page
"NoSpamThankYouMam" <no****@nospam.nospam> wrote in message
news:32*************@individual.net...

I am looking for a product that I am not sure exists.

I have bookmarks to webpages in Internet Explorer, Mozilla
Firefox, Opera, Netscape Navigator, and on a "Favorite
Links" page on my website. Every time I add a bookmarked
page, I have to do it five times. Is there a product or
combination of products that will synchronize my bookmarks
and generate a HTML document that I can upload to my
website? I am using Windows 2000.

Jul 23 '05 #8

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In article <41******@clear.net.nz>, si*******@hotmail.com says...
It's a bit late, but my solution to the problem is to save favorite links in
a dBase file.

I have written a simple dBase program that then sorts the links into
categories and prints the result out to an HTML page.
There are various other programs around that could be used instead of dBase.

I did try doing this job in Access and saving the result as an HTML file,
but access puts in tons of unnecessary code. If you are better at Access
than I am maybe you could write a script that writes a simple HTML page


Hey, Colin, I have an Excel macro that will rmove dubious HTML from adn
Excel file saved as HTML. Would you like it?

This the same Colin Wilson of http://www.wilsonc.demon.co.uk?
If so, I like XanaNews, even though I'm posting this with Gravity.
Say, why did you name it newsreader2.exe?

Jul 23 '05 #9

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In comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html da**********@gmail.com wrote:
:> I have bookmarks to webpages in Internet Explorer, Mozilla
:> Firefox, Opera, Netscape Navigator, and on a "Favorite
:> Links" page on my website. Every time I add a bookmarked
:> page, I have to do it five times.

: Ok then - so why not just use the webpage for your bookmarks, insteed
: of the pull down menu in erach browser ?

: 1. Add to webpage
: 2. Uplioad web page
: 3. Load that web page and add it as your start up page in each browser

Or, slight variation:
1. Add to bookmarks in Mozilla or Netscape
2. Use that as your start page.
3. Use one of many scripts, including one I have at
http://incolor.inetnebr.com/hwolfe/computer/mysoftware/ called bm2html.pl
to convert the bookmark.html file to a web page.

~herb
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Jul 23 '05 #10

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Herb Wolfe <hw****@inetnebr.com> wrote:
In comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html da**********@gmail.com wrote:
:> I have bookmarks to webpages in Internet Explorer, Mozilla
:> Firefox, Opera, Netscape Navigator, and on a "Favorite
:> Links" page on my website. Every time I add a bookmarked
:> page, I have to do it five times.

: Ok then - so why not just use the webpage for your bookmarks,
insteed
: of the pull down menu in erach browser ?

: 1. Add to webpage
: 2. Uplioad web page
: 3. Load that web page and add it as your start up page in each
browser


Why does your newsreader quote with :? Switch it to the standard >,
please. And delimit your signature with "-- " - that's
hyphen-hyphen-space.
Jul 23 '05 #11

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In comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html Neal <ne*****@yahoo.com> wrote:
Why does your newsreader quote with :? Switch it to the standard >,
please. And delimit your signature with "-- " - that's
hyphen-hyphen-space.


That's tin's default behavior. Ask the developers. You're the first person
I've seen complain about it. I don't have a signature, if you'd actually
bothered to read what it says, you'd realize it's something automatically
added by the news server my ISP uses.

followups set to the appropriate group
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Jul 23 '05 #12

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Herb Wolfe wrote:
In comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html Neal <ne*****@yahoo.com> wrote:
Why does your newsreader quote with :? Switch it to the standard >,
please. And delimit your signature with "-- " - that's
hyphen-hyphen-space.

That's tin's default behavior. Ask the developers. You're the first person
I've seen complain about it. I don't have a signature, if you'd actually
bothered to read what it says, you'd realize it's something automatically
added by the news server my ISP uses.
You could try *using* a sig that's just the hyphen-hyphen-space
convention. If Newsfeeds doesn't screw with that, so it stands, it
should make a legal sig out of their invalid sig.
----== Posted via Newsfeeds.Com - Unlimited-Uncensored-Secure Usenet News==----
http://www.newsfeeds.com The #1 Newsgroup Service in the World! >100,000 Newsgroups
---= East/West-Coast Server Farms - Total Privacy via Encryption =---


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Jul 23 '05 #13

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Neal wrote:
Why does your newsreader quote with :?


Colon (:) and pipe (|) are commonly used to quote text. Although I tend to
use greater than (>), I will use colon and pipe as well when I need to
quote from multiple sources.

Most good newsreaders will happily support any of these three quote
characters.

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Jul 23 '05 #14

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