You can save an interesting web page in one of the following file formats:
Page Source Saves a web page in standard HyperText Markup Language (HTML) format that any browser can open
Web Archive Saves a web page in a format that only Safari can open
PDF Saves a web page in the Portable Document Format, also known as Adobe Acrobat format, which can be viewed in Preview (on a Mac) or the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Saving a web page as a Page Source file can be useful if you want to view a page’s HTML tags to see how the web page is constructed, or if you want to share web pages with people who don’t use a Macintosh. The drawback to the Page Source format is that it doesn’t ...