- Creating an HTML Page
- Creating an ASP.NET Page
- Opening Web Pages from Within a Web
- Navigating Web Pages
- Displaying Web Pages in the HTML Format
- Managing Web Pages
- Setting the Home Page
- Changing the Web Page Title
- Changing Web Page Properties
- Inserting Background Pictures and Watermarks
- Changing Background Colors
- Adding Background Sound
- Setting Page Size
- Previewing Web Pages
- Previewing and Printing Web Pages
- Exporting Web Content
- Creating a Page Template
- Using a Dynamic Page Template
- Creating a Master and Content Page
- Saving a Web Page with Different Formats
- Expression Web Formats
- Animating Page Transitions
This chapter is from the book
Saving a Web Page with Different Formats
A file type specifies the file format (for example, a template) as well as the program and version in which the file was created (for example, Expression Web). You might want to change the type if you’re creating a custom template or sharing files with someone who needs them for use in another program. You use the Save As dialog box to change the file type for a page. The Save as type list arrow displays a list of the available formats for the program or current selection.
Save a Web Page as a Different Type
- Open and display the Web page you want to save in a different format.
- Click the File menu, and then click Save As.
- Navigate to the drive and folder location where you want to save the Web page.
- Type a name for the page, or use the suggested name.
- Click the Save as type list arrow, and then click the file type you want.
- Click Save.