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Stop Convert < to &lt; and > to &gt; in Microsoft


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WebGardi

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Hello,
I Use Microsoft Frontpage for my design, when i Copy my code and Paste in Frontpage, all off "<" convert to "& l t ;" and ">" to "& g t ;" (with no space)

how i can Stop this convert, this convert is not useful. ;)

Thanks in advance :tazz:
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Sorry, Are you copying code from frontpage to put into frontpage??

Try notepad, copy to there first see what happens!
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thanks for your fast reply
I copy code from a HTML page!

Ok, Thanks! I Test it :*
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So you get the source code from a website and then paste it into Frontpage?

If so, you shouldn't really be doing it first of all! But secondly your best bet is once the code is in notepad, save it there and then as a html file. then open it in frontpage.

Does this help?
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So you get the source code from a website and then paste it into Frontpage?

Yes ;)

If so, you shouldn't really be doing it first of all! But secondly your best bet is once the code is in notepad, save it there and then as a html file. then open it in frontpage.

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yes :tazz: thanks in advance!
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Let me know if it works!

I notepad the option of saving it as html does not exist. So just type your file name and then physically type the .htm or .html extension you will use!

Good Luck
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So just type your file name and then physically type the .htm or .html extension you will use!

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Thanks, it works!
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NEXT!!!
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