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I am going on a vacation and will be bringing my laptop.
I am trying to read during wait time (at the air port) and flight
There are tons of articles to catch up.
What would be a good way to save web pages so that they can be viewed later on?
Should I save each web site as a PDF format?
Are there any tools that will save all related links (e.g.
F# wiki book) for wikis or any web site articles?
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In IE (at least in version 8) you can save a web archive (File->Save As).
May 7, 2009 at 3:32
You might also have a look at
wget, there are versions for several OS's. As I recall, it has a recursive mode that will allow you to mirror sites to your local machine.
May 7, 2009 at 3:53
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HTTrack will do what you want.
EDIT: If you are having problems with the latest 3.4x version, you might want to try 3.33 which you can download
here (or from a link at the bottom of the site's download page.) Sounds like there were some pretty big changes in 3.4x (I haven't had to use it for a while, and don't run Vista.)
Here are some links into the forums with regards to running on vista that might help too, but I'd try 3.33 first:
1, 2, 3.
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If this is content available over RSS, you might consider using
Google Reader with Google Gears for offline access.
May 7, 2009 at 3:55
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Have a look at
ScrapBook is a Firefox extension,
which helps you to save Web pages and
easily manage collections. Key
features are lightness, speed,
accuracy and multi-language support.
Major features are:
Save Web page
Save snippet of Web page
Save Web site
Organize the collection in the same way as Bookmarks
Full text search and quick filtering search of the collection
Editing of the collected Web page
Text/HTML edit feature resembling Opera's Notes
May 7, 2009 at 7:19
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Re HTTrack, there is a Firefox Add-on/extension
SpiderZilla, which gives you a GUI which in turn invokes HTTrack, I've never had any problems with it.
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