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save webpage for offline viewing - script

Posted on 2012-03-26
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is there a way for me to create a button on my website to save a webpage to my hard drive for offline reading?

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by:webdott
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i know you can do it from the web browsers, but i am wanting to create a button/link to do it automatically.

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Kent Dyer earned 500 total points
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if you want to use VB Programming, you could use XMLHttp request/get ..

WGET should do the trick for you.

HTH,

Kent
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do you know how to do that? what that code would be?

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by:webdott
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does not give me the actual answer, but I am closing this since no one else seems to be able to answer it.
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