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    saving a website

    so what do i use to be able to download a full website links and all so i can archive it
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    Not sure what you're getting at, are you wanting to just save a website that's open in your browser to your hard drive? If so, just click File and hit "Save Page As" (or whatever it's called in IE, I use FireFox).

    Or do you mean a website full of links, and you want to save all of the sites that the links point to?

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    IF you use IE, you can add to favorites and make content available for offline.
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    wget -r <web address>

    you can get a windows port of wget on google somewhere.... works wonders, you can tell it how deep to go, wether or not to get images, or just use that up there, and it will grab it all for you... i think that one may go to external sites though

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    Quote Originally Posted by thecommiser
    wget -r <web address>

    you can get a windows port of wget on google somewhere.... works wonders, you can tell it how deep to go, wether or not to get images, or just use that up there, and it will grab it all for you... i think that one may go to external sites though
    Blackwidow will do the same thing but it is a bit advanced.
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    nice.. but blackwidow seems to cost money..
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    Post number 3 is free to do, and will allow you to drill down into the site as deep as you want. You can set IE to save offline the site you want, and have it save so many links down into the site as well.

    I recommend trying it out, I think it'll do what you want.
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