Welcome to the forums, Stewie09.
I can't find a way to do this, either. It seems strange to display the information but not let it be copied. I've tried several approaches with not success so far - has anyone else found a solution?
Well here's a quick and dirty solution:
Copy the contents of this code to your clipboard
Go into Bookmark manager and create a new bookmark
Give it any name you like
Paste my code into the "Location" box.
Now if you click that book mark, it will open a new window and paste in the links and their text strings as a table. You can then copy and paste the table.
Sorry it's so wide but it's imperitive that you have no spaces in this line of code.
It only checks for Anchors tags (not other types of links)
Hope this helps.
Thank you for responding and for trying to help. I tried the suggested solution, but it did not work for me.
workd for me, in FF and Opera...
If you missed the 0; that comes after the word void, it won't work
and apologies for the looooooooooooong line...
isn't sideways scrolling a chore!?!?
I tried the code on a site that does not use frames, and it works. The site that I am working on has frames. Any more suggestion?
Context Menu (typically via a right-mouse click) of the relevant frame
\ This Frame
\ Show Only This Frame
Thank you guys...Brilliant! Excellent job! You have gotten me closer and closer to achieving this task. However, I notice that when I run the java script, it doesn't capture all the link names as they appear in the Link tab of the Page Info. Maybe a screenshot whould help to clarify, but I can't attach file.
However, I notice that when I run the java script,
it doesn't capture all the link names as they appear
in the Link tab of the Page Info
I have run an experiment...
With links styled by CSS classes:
the link names DO appear
With links styled by <b> and/or <i> tags:
the link names do NOT appear
How do I incorpoarte or use your creative workaround (With links styled by CSS classes) so that I can capture all the information displayed by Page Info?