software for downloading websites?

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  1. TheGlobber

    TheGlobber Regular Member

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    I know some things when it comes to web design ( i can use dreamweaver etc. ) but i am not good at it.

    So, i need a program that can FULLY download a website so i can make my changes afterwards..

    P.S. If there is anything like this in another thread or at the download section just point me to it.

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  4. TheGlobber

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    Of course i googled it but didnt come up with a good one thats why i asked.. Google is always the first stop before asking.. ;)

    And of course thnx for the help..
     
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    Google httrack, it's the best software to download a website, and it's free
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    if you are on linux u can use wget or there is a wget.exe for windows which u can use to download full website
     
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    I used Teleport Pro in the past.
    It's a paid application but you can found it "operational" in the web.
     
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    I used free program download manager.
     
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    I also used it in the past, it's a simple piece of software but functional. Back in the day, when i didnt have DSL at home, I used it at school to download only .jpg files off of certain types of "entertainment" sites :p Interesting that they are still in business! It feels like it was light years ago.