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I've found the solution in Firefox: using the addon you may "Save HTML with Purge...". That's what I was looking for.


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Your file contains binary contents, not text. Without knowing how it got to this state, the file is probably lost.


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What you see there is a warning by your company's gateway or some kind of locally installed content filter. You need to contact your system administrator to whitelist your personal website. Depending on the processes in your company this can be a simple, a complicated or an impossible matter.


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it possible to open local HTML in the Safari . copy html file with folder of include them to your ipad and open it in safari In Safari for OS X, you can have Safari open a website whose pages and images are stored on my HD's Sites folder -- first, activate Web Sharing; then choose: File > Open a File... > Sites > index.html another wa


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You can use the Stylish plugin to change colors on any website. For dark-colors you can folow this link. When you installed Stylish and also installed the style in that link you can apply it to superuser.com by clicking on the Stylish-icon (upper right) and choosing Manager installed styles. Click the Edit-button (under Stack Overflow Dark Colors). At the ...


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Seems that the following tag (kudos @unor) will create a right-justified RTL paragraphs in a Tumblr post: <div style="text-align: right;" dir="rtl"> See example. Note: In editing mode, these paragraphs will still show left-justified, but the displayed post will be right-justified.


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I found something, that helps. I can enable the Accessibility feature of the Internet Exporer and point to a css file, that will be applied to every page I open. Now I have to enable or disable this file, depending on the site I use at the moment. Not perfect, but quite good. In IE11 it is found here: Internet Settings > Accessibility > Format ...


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(I don’t know and can’t test what Tumblr allows/disallows in post markup; but here’s what they should support, ideally.) If you want real RTL, you should not use CSS (or the obsoleted align attribute). For specifying an element’s text directionality, HTML5 provides the dir attribute, the bdi element (for "isolating" content), and the bdo element. If ...


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You can use (\r\n)*<script.*?/script>(\r\n)* to remove the script tags along with its leading and trailing blank lines.


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Save the publisher file to PDF. Zoom in on the PDF and use the take a snapshot feature. Drag your cursor over the whole PDF before letting go. When the image is captured, paste it into the publisher file. Now you have one solid "picture" to send that will not break up.



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