to see location. Note it well - type it into
the command line:
"g http://...". Now you can use it to get to related objects: "g"
Up Arrow, then edit your previous URL.
to see source. Nb., the text may go off the
When this is a
problem print the file to your local directory: (P)rint then save
to a local file. (G)o "files" then use lynx to (E)dit the local file.
Or see next - use query.
to query for extensions, object names,
you are looking for , or expect to see. For example:
http://[your deduced URL]
Don't forget to investigate the image maps and frames.
Look at the source, or follow the frames and links, if they have
One can download sound and image files to your PC and view/hear
in other windows while running lynx.
Lynx is almost advertising free (low-impact.) "Cool!"
Recycling HTML code from cool pages - Download
As above, so below... then, save to a file in your home directory
or download to your PC.
Check your modem, terminal, and transfer settings. You may need to
Make sure that your Inbox or data-receiving directory exists on your PC.
Try to use z modem, if you can. Kermit transmits data as tiny chunks.
This slows data-transfer down a lot.
One should try to download large objects during off-peak
hours (12PM - 8AM).
Otherwise, it should be done whenever relatively few users are
logged-on. On VTN we can check this from the
Edit this file as you please from your directory. Make
lists and headings.
"Please update your bookmarks." Put a misc. at the end for new additions from the command line.
Move it to your prefered heading/group later.
Help in the e-neighborhood
VTN Services (help files, etc) above. Also support teams and other users...
index pages for some links.