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How can I download an entire website

I have an index webpage, with just one level of links. I want to download all the linked webpages and have them neatly stored on my computer, so clicking the link on the index should open up the respective offline webpage. Is this possible?

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marked as duplicate by quack quixote May 6 '10 at 7:20

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The easiest tool to use is HTTrack, it is a free, fast and an easy to use website copier that is very configurable. You can set links deep and pretty much anything you want.

It will store all the downloaded results in a folder and preserve the directory structure of the server.

You can then either browse offline by double clicking on any file or copy to a webserver and all links will be preserved.

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So that settles it then. Thank you. – Jarvis Sep 5 '09 at 2:48

It is also possible to use wget for this, using recursive download options

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