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"Site map" HTML tool for Mac (OS 9)?

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I'd like to generate a site map or some kind of cascaded outline or tree
diagram of a web site stored in a folder on a Mac under OS 9, showing
the file names and the links or hierarchical relations between them.

Is there a free-standing tool or a not too expensive HTML editor that
will do this, or is this capability built into any other apps?

Again, this is on Mac OS 9, and my current toolkit consists of Netscape
7.0 and BBEdit (plus Word and Acrobat, if that helps).

Thanks, AES
Jul 20 '05 #1
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In article <si***************************@news.stanford.edu >,
AES/newspost <si*****@stanford.edu> wrote:
I'd like to generate a site map or [snip...]
Thanks, AES

there's this weird thing called...

......the web stalker..... (I/O/D)

HTH, Denis de C

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