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I need to save a complete web site

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That simple.

I need to get all of one website, the whole thing not just the first page. I'm sure Ive done this before so it cant be that hard. The problem is I can only save the index page (or any one individual page), not the whole thing at once. I really need to peruse the entire complete website offline.


If any of you can help, I'd be immensely grateful
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You could try WinHTTrack, web site is http://www.httrack.com

I've had some success with this - interface is a bit confusing though!


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Any decent download manager that has a "download all" function will do it. You just have to build a directory structure in your machine and download the files to the right directories.
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