Hey bhw members, How are ya? Hopefully banking hard Ok enough talk. I have read so many threads about how to clone a site or people asking how to do it. Many have gone with HTTRACK and other software. Me personally, prefer a good and robust command line tool even if it has no GUI. Well, many of you already know it, but for the ones that don't, I present to you WGET! Basically, wget is: Code: GNU Wget is a free software package for retrieving files using HTTP, HTTPS and FTP, the most widely-used Internet protocols. It is a non-interactive commandline tool, so it may easily be called from scripts, cron jobs, terminals without X-Windows support, etc. And the best part is that it can be run in many OSs such as Linux and Windows (can't remember if it works on Mac). The Method: First, you have to decide where you want to run WGET. It could be your server or your PC. Of course if you are going to clone/copy a site to make it your own, you want to use your server instead of your pc. First, let's start with Windows: First, you will want to download the wget package from: http://superb-dca3.dl.sourceforge.net/project/gnuwin32/wget/1.11.4-1/wget-1.11.4-1-setup.exe (or on: http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/wget.htm), download on C:/wget and install on same directory. Now you will have the following folders on C:/ Code: C:/wget/GnuWin32 Now you want to start the windows terminal, which you can do by doing either one of: 1) Win+R, type "cmd" without quotes and press enter Or 2) Start=>Run=>Type "cmd" without qoutes=>Press enter. Now you will have sth like: And you are ready to go! Now lets start the fun part! First let's type and press enter: Code: cd C:\wget\GnuWin32\bin From there you can use wget any way you want! Now let's download a simple file using wget! Just type: Code: wget [URL="http://d24w6bsrhbeh9d.cloudfront.net/photo/aXbwYqV_460sa.gif"]-[/URL]r -m [URL]http://www.cpa10k.com/[/URL] And Voila! you just downloaded that whole site! Now, let's go with Linux Servers! First, make sure you have ssh or access to any terminal and connect to your vps/server/linux machine/etc. Now that you are connected, make sure you have wget installed, by typing: Code: wget if it says sth that repository not found, simply install (if you have root access) with the command: Code: yum install wget Once you are sure wget is installed, we can proceed with a very easy example of how to implement. First, lets go to the temp folder by typing: Code: cd /tmp Now let's copy a good little site by typing: Code: mkdir wtest; cd wtest; wget -m -r [URL]http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/wget.htm[/URL]; ls Now you will see all of the downloaded files from that URL like: Now go and clone any site you want!!! Of course there are software out there that does this, but their usage is limited, so I suggest to follow the above steps Bonus!! As a "bonus", I will clone/copy 10-20 sites from the first people that post what site they would like to clone! If you need any help, DON'T PM ME!! Just post below and I will solve your problems asap! It's easier for everyone! So that's it, BHW! Enjoy cloning/copying your sites!