Saturday, 26 October 2013

How To Download An Entire Website For Offline Reading !!!


This is the hardcore option: downloading the entirety of a single website for offline reading. Obviously how long this takes will vary depending on the web site – Wikipedia could take days to finish, and will take up a lot of your hard drive when it does.

The software we are going to use today for downloading an entire site is HTTrack. This open source program can be a little hard to use at first – especially if you’re not a Windows user. But if you’re looking to make a complete offline version of your favorite website – not an individual web page, an entire web site – it’s one of the simplest options out there. Tweak the settings if you run into problems and you should be fine. Only the Windows version comes with a dedicated GUI
Linux users will need to use a browser-based version of HTTrack instead. Don’t worry: items will be added to the menu so it’s easy enough to get started.
Mac users can install the software using MacPorts, but many might be better off checking out Sitesucker, a free Mac app that functions similarly but is easy to install and has it’s own GUI.

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