Listing the links from a web page
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To list all the links of the form "<a href=... " from a web page (Windows with Internet Explorer only!):
  • Insert a key to your Windows registry in the location:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\MenuExt
    and name it Show Links.
  • Change the (Default) value of the key you just created, to:
  • You can Right-Click any Internet Explorer window, opened from now on, and Click on "Show Links"
The links will be listed in a new window.
links that are not in the form: "<a href=... " will not be listed.
You can print the list of links, by clicking the printer icon in the top of the list.
You can click on any link in the list to follow it in the original Internet Explorer window and close the list’s window.