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Posted on 2013-11-18
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Is there a better way to capture the pages shown on a web page ? Currently,  I need to go to each page, enlarge the photo and the dump the screen. It's very a time consuming job and I want to see whether there is a smarter way to do this ?

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There are browser add-ons like DownThemAll:
http://www.wikihow.com/Download-All-Images-on-a-Web-Page-at-Once

Or you could write a vb.net or c# app that read the HTML source, looked for the <img tag, retrieved the src element and downloaded that, but that would be error prone as some src may not be static and may use javascript.
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