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Portable Website Copier?


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I've used HTTrack to copy websites and loved it very much!

However, I am looking for a portable version so I can copy an intranet's site to my flash drive. I could not find a portable version of HTTrack so can anyone recommend one? Also, can it copy from an intranet site as well?
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To be quite honest. I personally don't understand why you would want to make an INTRAnet available for offline use. On the other hand. This would also not be legal as far as I know, correct me if I am wrong. But the last time I checked this would definitely fall under copyrights. You should contact the author of the site if you would like it to be available offline.

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Thanks for your reply.

My employer has offered us an intranet training site with articles on common problems and solutions to those problems. There is so much info there, the problem is I don't have much time to study it while I'm at work. So I was thinking about simply copying this to my flash drive and study it when at home
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Ah, I understand now.
Well, simply follow these steps;
  • In the top left of your browser click File
  • Scroll down and click Save Page As...
  • Put it on a suitable location
You should be able to open the pages separately. However don't expect links to work properly.
You'll need to save each page separately.

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Actually you're solution is better. Its certainly simple. Thanks!
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You're very welcome. :D

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