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If you try to accessing the files using the regular sharing feature the HTML file will fail to find it's linked CSS, JavaScript, etc files because of the way that Dropbox generates these sharing links. However you should have a "Public" folder in your Dropbox. If you drop your files in there and select one you should see a "Copy public link..." option above ...


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There seems to be no way to get formatted html tables into Pages, though other kinds of formatting will work. On Firefox, you're out of luck unfortunately. I just tested this now, using the latest version of Pages. Firefox to Pages: unformatted Firefox to TextEdit: unformatted Chrome to Pages: unformatted Chrome to TextEdit: formatted with tables Safari to ...


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You can create Web Apps for offline viewing by adding them to the home screen. To do this the web page must be written using HTML5 Offline Application Cache. See the below link for further details. https://developer.apple.com/library/safari/documentation/iPhone/Conceptual/SafariJSDatabaseGuide/OfflineApplicationCache/OfflineApplicationCache.html


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Can you modify your workflow a bit? Copy HTML, paste into alternate word processor, save that file as a .doc/.docx, then open the resulting file in Pages. I just tried this (copy HTML including table to Word 2011, save as .docx, opened in Pages 5) and it worked fine for me. It is more awkward as inserting the table into an existing document will require ...


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Go back to using Pages 09. It does not get deleted when you download Pages 5, you should find it in Applications/iWork. The 2013 update is missing dozens of useful features which many users have relied upon, including the one you mention. There are good reasons why it gets very poor reviews in the App store. An alternative is of course Word or ...


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You can paste the contents of a HTML table in a table in Pages, so the table has to be there already. You can create a table with Insert -> Table -> Plain. The number of rows and columns doesn't matter. Then you have to select the first cell in the table. Make sure you don't select the whole table, and you don't select the contents of the cell (blinking ...


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Apparently apple changed more than just their design for the new iwork suite, it appears pages can't handles as many file types as it used to.You need to find out which format you can use that keeps html formatting but is paste-able in pages, see pages supported file formats for more info about this, and definitely check out this answer. I found out that if ...



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