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2005\11\11@071425 by Buehler, Martin

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i'm looking for a tool, allowing me to save a single web page to the
harddisk.

the tool should be command line controlled like: TOOLNAME <web address>
<[optional parameters]>

it should be able to save everything, which is shown when calling this
address from internet explorer, either in a html or a graphic file.

the problem is, if you open a page with dynamic content like a map, and
you save the page in internet explorer, you only get the frame saved,
but the content (the map) is not available offline.
fact is, i'm only interrested in the map, but not in the frame!

any suggestion?

tino

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2005\11\11@085614 by Benone Marcos

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tryed wget  ?

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2005\11\11@101922 by Alex Harford

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On 11/11/05, Benone Marcos <benone.marcosspamKILLspamgmail.com> wrote:
> Buehler, Martin wrote:
>
> >i'm looking for a tool, allowing me to save a single web page to the
> >harddisk.
> >
> tryed wget  ?

I second that.  It should be available for Microsoft OS's as well,
maybe through the Cygwin utilities.

Very, very powerful program.

Alex

2005\11\11@110027 by Buehler, Martin

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yes, i looked at wget, but didn't get it running at all. it always
refused connection, even when trying to connect http://www.google.ch
have no idea what i do wrong!
tino

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2005\11\11@110214 by Danny Sauer

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Alex wrote regarding 'Re: [OT] Save single WEB Page to Harddisk (Command line tool)' on Fri, Nov 11 at 09:20:
> On 11/11/05, Benone Marcos <.....benone.marcosKILLspamspam.....gmail.com> wrote:
> > Buehler, Martin wrote:
> > >i'm looking for a tool, allowing me to save a single web page to the
> > >harddisk.
> > >
> > tryed wget  ?
>
> I second that.  It should be available for Microsoft OS's as well,
> maybe through the Cygwin utilities.

wget rocks.
Windows: http://users.ugent.be/~bpuype/wget/
Everyone else: http://www.gnu.org/software/wget/wget.html

--Danny

2005\11\11@114321 by Jose Da Silva

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On November 11, 2005 08:00 am, Buehler, Martin wrote:
> yes, i looked at wget, but didn't get it running at all. it always
> refused connection, even when trying to connect http://www.google.ch
> have no idea what i do wrong!

Try wget on a harmless page, such as http://www.google.com
If that works, then the problem is at the source.
Some web pages are encrypted for different browsers (which is stupid),
but you might want to use the wget option to spoof a certain browser.

2005\11\11@131146 by Lucas Thompson

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Google at least the last time I checked blocks the default wget
user-agent string. Wget has the option to change this though so you can
use the --user-agent argument to mimic the user-agent header of a more
mainstream browser.

Wget will allow you to save a page and optionally the things necessary
to render the page (images, stylesheets) but it will not save the whole
page including the extra stuff into one file. There is a standard to do
this called MHTML. Internet Explorer supports this format and it's
pretty easy to follow and well documented so you can generate the MHTML
files yourself from scripts.


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2005\11\11@163816 by Jinx

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> fact is, i'm only interrested in the map, but not in the frame!

I wanted to build up a map (of aerial photos) of a town I used
to live in, and found that the map pieces wouldn't save with the
page, so took to capturing it with a graphic utility, then pasting
the bits together later

Some map web pages have screen capture turned off. I found
a way to turn it back on at the time but don't recall what that was

Unless you're wanting the script saved too ?

2005\11\11@221919 by Russell McMahon

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>> tryed wget  ?

> I second that.  It should be available for Microsoft OS's as well,
> maybe through the Cygwin utilities.

http://www.interlog.com/~tcharron/wgetwin.html


2005\11\11@233523 by Danny Sauer

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Russell wrote regarding 'Re: [OT] Save single WEB Page to Harddisk (Command line tool)' on Fri, Nov 11 at 21:29:
> >>tryed wget  ?
>
> >I second that.  It should be available for Microsoft OS's as well,
> >maybe through the Cygwin utilities.
>
> http://www.interlog.com/~tcharron/wgetwin.html

"This compile was created on July 1, 1999"

Wget's been updated a few times since then. ;)  It's amusing, though -
that web page was created with Netscape 3 Gold on Win '95.  Ahhh,
memories.

--Danny

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