2. The article [Q235589] states that when you attempt to save a Web page using the Web Page complete (*.htm;*.html) or Web Archive single file (*.mht) options in IE, you may receive the follow error message when you attempt to save a Web page that was created using Excel 2000:
Error Saving Web Page.
This Web page could not be saved.
Note: One of the Microsoft Partners wrote the following, which in my opinion is not fully explained in the reference provided nor have I found a reported solution - only that this is a possibility and to tell the Web Site Manager to get their act together:
Quote: "A probable cause is that the web page contains a link to a StyleSheet which resides on a different server than the one where the page is located. After some recent security update (MS02-023 Patch or later), Internet Explorer blocks access to StyleSheet code if the code is on a different domain/server. This is why the page fails to be saved. For more information about MS02-023, please see: "MS02-023: Patch Available to Disable Frames in the Restricted Sites Zone (Q322928)." Unquote
3. The article [Q243254] discusses saving a Web page using the Web Page Complete option where the page has to be completely parsed and re-written to contain local paths for all page resources. As the page is re-written it is saved in the most efficient form possible. According to the WWW Consortiums (W3C) HTML 4.0 spec -- the quotes around all attribute tags are recommended but not required:
? "In certain cases, authors may specify the value of an attribute without any quotation marks. The attribute value may only contain letters (a-z and A-Z), digits (0-9), hyphens (ASCII decimal 45), and periods (ASCII decimal 46). We recommend using quotation marks even when it is possible to eliminate them."
? When required, IE will include the quotes in the page.
? If you use IE as a parsing engine, you should consider using the DHTML Editing Control. This control does not remove the quote marks from HTML when saving files.
Caveats:. You're simply not saving a page of information you're seeing:
a. Access this "URL" that opens in a separate window.
b. Click File, Save As from the main menu, and save the page [Web Page complete (*.htm,*.html) - Western European (Windows)] to your Windows\Temp folder as USATODAY -- delete everything from the filename line except this word.
c. After this page saves, right-click Start, select Explorer. Progress to the Windows\Temp folder and ascertain that the file saved is there. Also note for your information, you will find at least a second folder labeled, C:\WINDOWS\Temp\USATODAY_files consisting of twenty to thirty files that make up the entire save.
I have Windows XP on my computer. When I have a web page (any web page) that I want to save, I click ?File? (on top) and then click ?Save As? and then type in a file name and then click Save, a screen comes up stating ?This Web Page could not be saved?. Can anyone tell me why this is happening? Thank you very much.