When you go out for a long time and there is no access of internet then how browse your favorite site?Sometimes we nned to access the data of website for offline use.So here in this post we show you some tools which helps you to download any website’s full data for offline use.
How To Download A Full Website For Offline Access
HTTrack is a free and easy-to-use offline browser utility but this tool isn’t too modern.It’s procedure is so easy and easily guide you where the data should be saved and some suggestion like what files should be avoided in the download.
If some particular data or file is taking too many time to download you can easily skip it.
When the download is completed the file is saved in the index.html formate.
Getleft is a Web site grabber, it downloads complete web sites according to the options set by the user. Upon launch, press “Ctrl + U” to quickly get started by entering a URL and save directory. Before the download begins, you’ll be asked which files should be downloaded.
Once begun, all files will be pulled to the local system like so:
After finishing download you can browse the website offline by opening the main index file.
This tools is the combination of HTTrack and Getleft.To download any website enter the link in the address tab of this tool.Then set the name of the site and where it will be saved.
You can also select some other few option in the “Range”tab choose whether to download pages that are not under the selected domain, among other settings, and then start the download.
After download you can use it for offline use.
Cyotek WebCopy is a free tool for copying full or partial websites locally onto your harddisk for offline viewing.WebCopy will scan the specified website and download it’s content onto your hardisk. Links to resources such as stylesheets, images, and other pages in the website will automatically be remapped to match the local path. Using its extensive configuration you can define which parts of a website will be copied and how.
The total size of the currently downloaded files shows in the bottom right corner of the window.
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