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post Sep 30 2006, 03:45 PM
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I'd like to save a bunch of tutorials from the web to my PC, just incase in the future the sites where I got the info shutdown. Now if I Select File, Save as, Web Archive Single File. and then save it to my PC, will it still open if the site goes down or internet is down, or will it still go to the actuall web page?

Title should have said "Want to save" not What....


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Depends on what and how it saves...

For example, if you like me use Firefox, then click Ctrl+S and pic a folder to save the site in.
Then all the images and the CURRENT html/php/asp/xml-whatever file is saved. However, are the turorial separated into more than 1part you'll have to save all the separate pages.
And if you do it like this, then it will work even if the site is closed. You can test if by deactivating your network-connection in the control panel..

So bottom line, if you save it to your hdd - make sure the html and the pics etcs are included. And try browsing them if you've closed your connection.

Hope this helps...
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