1. Go to the page.
3. “Select all,” usually done with Ctrl-A (or on the Mac, Command-A).
4. “Copy,” usually done with Ctrl-C (or on the Mac, Command-C).
5. Open your text editor. “Paste” all of the HTML into the text editor with Ctrl-V (Mac: Command-V)
6. Save that file to the Desktop as “mine.html” – being sure to give it the “html” extension. If your operating system is configured to conceal file extensions from you, this is a great time to turn that off so you can see the “.html” that indicates a Web page and, later on, the “.py” that indicates a python file, not to mention the extensions that indicate text files and different types of image files.