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Suppose I see a HTML page and I want to save it on disk. Using all methods I found, the saved sites are never same as they look in a browser.

So is there any free tool that can be used to save websites? It should also download every file, like CSS, JavaScript and images.

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httrack works well enough that i often use it for converting dynamic websites into static sites for various reasons. Needs a little tweaking to get just right (how deep you want to download, whether you want external files, etc), but in terms of output, its as good as it gets.

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+1 for giving the link and for this great tool. –  avirk Jun 23 '11 at 13:08

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