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Author Topic: SOLVED: Read webpages,including pages linked to from the home page, offline  (Read 4193 times)

Clive

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The ability to download several "layers" of a website used to be available in IE as part of the favorites options. I discovered that it is no longer offered in the most recent iteration of IE. As a user living in a remote region & who is never likely to have access to broadband this option was useful to me when a site had "knowledge" type information that I would want to refer to again later, but not want to have to wait for ages as each successive page loaded.
« Last Edit: February 06, 2008, 05:41 PM by jgpaiva »

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There are quite a few sites that acomplish something similar to this.

You can download the full site with programs like httrack, or save the webpages your visiting, for future reference with surfulater ;)

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 :Thmbsup:Thanks for pointing me to httrack - just what I wanted.

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Great! :)