Software for Saving an Entire Website

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  1. bronxbombers

    bronxbombers Junior Member

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    Maybe I'm going crazy, but I could swear I once ran across a software that could pull down the html files of an entire website. Has anyone run across something like that?
     
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    HTTrack is one of the best programs to do it.

    https://www.httrack.com/
     
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    WGET is also helpful with the mirror option. No extra software needed, well if you are on a *nix box!
     
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    Wget is nice, but the draw back of it is that it is only single threaded
     
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    davids355 Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    HTTrack is very good I use it quite a lot. I know there is also a guy on here somewhere that produced some software for ripping sites from the web archive - not quite the same thing but might come in useful as well.
     
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    Httrack is awesome but it can be a pain to get used to. There's so many damn options and sometimes you'll try to RIP a site, get errors, have to start messsing with options til you figure it out.

    Overall I love it though :D

    There's also a program for Mac called... site sucker? if I remember right.