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Two more suggestions:
 
Two more suggestions:
 
# I think many users don't know how to generate an .html file. Could you provide a simple step-by-step guide how to do it? Something like:
 
# I think many users don't know how to generate an .html file. Could you provide a simple step-by-step guide how to do it? Something like:
## Create a simple text file in your favourite plain text editor (like Notepad)
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## Create a new file in your favourite plain text editor (like Notepad)
 
## Copy the code below and paste it into your file
 
## Copy the code below and paste it into your file
## Change the file extension from .txt to .html
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## Save it with the file extension .html instead of .txt
 
# I think you should provide a licence, for example '''CC BY''' if you want your name to be mentioned, with a link to the licence.
 
# I think you should provide a licence, for example '''CC BY''' if you want your name to be mentioned, with a link to the licence.

Latest revision as of 17:27, January 21, 2020

Two more suggestions:

  1. I think many users don't know how to generate an .html file. Could you provide a simple step-by-step guide how to do it? Something like:
    1. Create a new file in your favourite plain text editor (like Notepad)
    2. Copy the code below and paste it into your file
    3. Save it with the file extension .html instead of .txt
  2. I think you should provide a licence, for example CC BY if you want your name to be mentioned, with a link to the licence.
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