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For anyone who stumbles across this problem, you can right click on the dropdown, and Inspect Element. Right click on the selector and choose "copy inner html". Open up Microsoft Word and paste your contents in. Select All and Go to Table -> Convert -> Convert Text-to-table (or Insert -> Table ->Convert Text-to-table). 3 Columns, and choose " as the ...


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I was using the wrong tag... Had a meta when i needed a link... Im sorry and thank you for your excellent answers


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As far as I can tell, the only problem here is that there is no C:. The idea of giving drives (or partitions, or network shares) letters is a peculiar idiosyncrasy of DOS carried over to Windows. In Linux, there is one unified tree, and it starts at /. Other partitions/drives/shares may be mounted into that tree, but from a user perspective, you don't need ...


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You need to put your files to a public accessible folder. That is the only time you can load the CSS file. As a safe trick, put your css file on the same folder of your html file then use this linking code <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="mycss.css"> You won't be able to use file:///C:/home/cromwell.... since Fedora have no concept of ...


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value refers to an attribute of a tag, while innerHTML refers to the contents between a tag's beginning and end. div.innerHTML == "some text" <div>some text</div> input.value == "some text" <input value="some text"/> innerHTML also returns child nodes and their content of a parent node, such as: <div id="d"><p>some ...


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For Apache >= 2.4 the FilterProvider syntax was changed. I was able to get the following to work: FilterProvider CUSTOMFILTER SUBSTITUTE "%{CONTENT_TYPE} =~ m|^text/html|"


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You may be able to recover form data in any browser by using forensic RAM dump software. Belkasoft RAM Capturer Magnet Forensics Quoted from Magnet Forensics: Since the memory collected by the utility is stored in a raw data format, it can be analyzed by most memory analysis and forensic tools including IEF, Volatility, and Mandiant Redline. To ...


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As others have said, you can change the link using Inspect Element, but the change will not be saved the next time the page loads. If you want the link to be changed each time you open the page, you can use Greasemonkey, or other similar add-ons depending on which browser you are using. (For Firefox, you could use Greasemonkey). Here is a Greasemonkey ...


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Word has difficulties with formatting on pasted html. I've had success with color, background-color, margin and page-break-before:always (avoid padding except on td elements and avoid page-break-after). Also font, font-size, font-weight and tables work well. It can see general css style rules which are not just embedded as a style attribute directly on the ...


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You can use left or right angle bracket, or lower than / greater than chars, with css rotation : content:"<"; transform:rotate(90deg)


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You can install html2text (an advanced HTML-to-text converter) and the usage is straight forward: $ html2text http://example.com/ $ cat file.html | html2text -o file.txt Install by: Linux: apt-get install html2text OS X: brew install html2text Example with curl: $ curl -sL google.com | html2text Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More ? ...


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Problem is with adblock filters.Updating them should fix the problem.


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Try the following: In the command prompt run: ipconfig /flushdns If possible, delete all browsing history/cookies from Chrome Disable ad-block or similar programs. Once done see if it loads properly. If not, try to uninstall/reinstall chrome if that is an option for you.



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