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I'm trying to use konqueror more but, sometimes it get me a bit crazy, for example, I have a CD which I try to read with konqueror, this CD has a file index.html in the root directory, it's very useful and very nice, seeing the directory using this file, but I want to be able to change easily to the 'normal' view, so the files.
I tried in view -> use index.html and reload and nothing ...
Hold up I'm lost here.....u have a cd that ur trying to read from right? try to mount (mount /mnt/cdrom) the cd first then use konq to read the html file. If I didn't answer ur questions....give me more info on ur problem (ie. distro, what kinda cd)
I know how to mount a CD and I use konqueror to read in it, of course, my 'problem' is that, when the directory you want to read has a file called index.html, konqueror use this file and show as a browser would do, I mean, instead of explorer the contain of the directory, it shows as a web page.
Perhaps I didn't explain well, due to my bad english, sorry about that.
Probably I didn't explain well the problem, I don't want to view the html source, I want swap easily between seeing the list of files which are in the directory and view index.html as a normal browser.
aahhh....OK I gettin' what ur sayin, U want to c the HTML codes and also be able to see it also in a browser...right! U can use Quanta plus
ur able to code and switch to c what it looks like in a web browser. There are plenty of WYSIWYG app in linux to use. Quanta is what I use.