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Saving websites for offline use

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by JinVA, Dec 7, 2005.


  1. JinVA

    JinVA
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    Howdy!
    I'm curious if there is an easy way to save a whole website for offline use, without having to go into the html files and chang where the links in the pages point.
     
  2. kidsgofree

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    What you want is an Offline Browser. There are plenty to choose from here. Hope this helps. :)
     

  3. Furant

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    My favorite offline browser is wget.
     
  4. ric0123

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    Not terribly inexpensive but if you buy the full version of adobe acrobat you can save a web page as a PDF file, you can go as many links deep as you want. It 'clicks' just like you were online. Makes a pretty decent sized file, but its very user friendly file