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How can I download an entire website

I'm using a very old cms, Synkron.web. I need to convert all of my pages (written in .asp) to plain html - so I have an archive where all of the pages from my website are saved.

I was wondering if there isnt some kind of program out there for Windows XP, with the ability to traverse all documents on a website, view their source, and save them as html-pages on my local machine?

If not, do you have any suggestions on how to convert a Synkron.web database, to some kind of open-source CMS? Like Wordpress, etc...

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marked as duplicate by random May 5 '10 at 11:07

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What OS are you using?

If it's Windows then WinHTTrack is very good and highly customisable in its spidering rules.

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Windows XP - edited my question to include this info. WinHTTrack looks exactly like something I wanted - I'll give it a try! – Frederik Wordenskjold May 5 '10 at 11:09

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