An employee that took care of hosting the company website was fired yesterday.
We're doing some checking but likely he has the keys to the website hosting account - it's likely using a personal email address of his
I am the domain owner with Godaddy, The name servers point to the hosting company that hosts the website.
The website is still up, but I would expect he could / will take the site down.
What's the best way to try to download the site at this point? Again, we don't have access to the account / just FTP all the files as an admin. I'm thinking we have to do what we can using the public facing part of the website? (I really know nothing about web development, hence this other guy offered and the owners went with him for that).
I remember apps years ago that would just go to www.domain.com, save that page, and go to all the links to pages on that website, downloading each, following links untill they download everything.
The public pages might not be usable depending on the language the page is written in? (ie if a page is written to show today's date for ecxample, the html we download will have todays date. but not the script / code that set it as today? Open that page tomorrow and it might say today's date?).
But at least we'll have the look and feel of the site.