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Old 05-13-03, 09:24 PM
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How can I save an entire website?

I want to save an entire website so I can view it offline. I've saved one page off a website before, but is there anyway to save an entire website so all the links work offline, etc?

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Old 05-13-03, 09:29 PM
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well.. since I assume your just talking about porn
you could always quadsuck the images


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if it was porn twik i'd already have quadsuck firing away!

but alas..its not
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quadsuck can do other file types than just pics
I haven't used it for a whole site but I'm sure it'll do it
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Wow, you guys are really uncreative.

Here's like 60 programs that do what you want, tom

http://www.tucows.com/offline95_default.html
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Originally posted by Bushdog
Wow, you guys are really uncreative.

Here's like 60 programs that do what you want, tom

http://www.tucows.com/offline95_default.html
Though I didn't ask, I have to say thanks. This will indeed come in very handy. Anyone that uses one of these have any suggestions? The Offline Explorer Pro program looks pretty nice, but I have no idea.
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I've used Offline Explorer Pro, and it indeed is very nice. I haven't upgraded to a new version in a while, but it was incredible configureable at the time. You can set up file masks, url masks, levels in a single site, levels of different sites, and anything else you could imagine. Things may have changed, but when I was messing around with this stuff before, I found it to be the best of the bunch.

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Thanks das. I think I will give it a try.
Old 05-14-03, 02:38 AM
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Originally posted by namrufmot
Wait are you mad because nobody replied for 5 whole minutes?
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Originally posted by bothanspy
Wait are you mad because nobody replied for 5 whole minutes?
i think he is mad that it was moved from other
Old 05-14-03, 06:44 AM
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Uh...just use Quadsucker, and under Filters, select all files. Keep the directory structure when downloading. Wouldn't that work?
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There is a program called webreaper that will do this quite nicely.

You can download or get more information about it Here
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Originally posted by das Monkey
I've used Offline Explorer Pro, and it indeed is very nice. I haven't upgraded to a new version in a while, but it was incredible configureable at the time. You can set up file masks, url masks, levels in a single site, levels of different sites, and anything else you could imagine. Things may have changed, but when I was messing around with this stuff before, I found it to be the best of the bunch.

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It's a great program. I think the latest version costs about $50, but you can download a free 30-day evaluation copy from their website.
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I am going to get seriously flamed for saying this, but... there is also a feature in MS FrontPage that lets you import an entire web site -- text, pictures, etc. So if you already have FrontPage, no sense installing another software product.

NOTE: if you want server-side applets, code, ASP files or Flash, I know of no program that will help you in your evil quest.
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1. Question was already:
http://www.dvdtalk.com/forum/showthr...hreadid=282763

2. I've found free version of WebCopier:
http://www.sofotex.com/download/software/1848.html
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I used to use Teleport Pro, but sometimes it doesn't save linked pages. I dont' know why. So I downloaded and tried Webstripper and had even more problems with that.

Is there a general concensus that Offline Explorer Pro is the way to go?

Thanks
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Sorry for this late post in this thread, but could anybody point me in the direction on where to download quadsuck, and how to use it? I have done some basic searches via google, but surprisingly little references to quadsuck.

Thanks!
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Originally posted by LolaRennt
Sorry for this late post in this thread, but could anybody point me in the direction on where to download quadsuck, and how to use it? I have done some basic searches via google, but surprisingly little references to quadsuck.

Thanks!
I had the same problem when trying to find this software.

http://www.quadsucker.com
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If it is just photos and text-- no fancy-schmancy flash and all, you can capture it with Adobe Acrobat and save it is a PDF.
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Originally posted by Darren Garrison
If it is just photos and text-- no fancy-schmancy flash and all, you can capture it with Adobe Acrobat and save it is a PDF.
How so?
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Originally posted by johnglass
I had the same problem when trying to find this software.

http://www.quadsucker.com
Thanks Johnglass!
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Originally posted by Blake
How so?
File/open web page.
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This has helped me as well, thanks gang!

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