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What I want to achieve is:

after browsing the web page,all images on this page is downloaded to a specified directory.

Better with firefox because I'm using it.

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Usually, depending on confifurations, the images are cached inside some Firefox folder. You can go there and take them. – heltonbiker Jun 8 '12 at 14:29

The firefox DownThemAll! allows you to selectively filter and fetch from a page.
This includes the ability to select by file type (extension).

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you mean something like this: ??

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Not compatible with current version of firefox. Last updated in 2008, and even then people are reporting it doesn't work. – That Brazilian Guy Aug 31 '13 at 16:51

If you choose 'Save Page As...' in Firefox and use the option 'Web Page, complete' it will save the page html and store all external documents (css, js, and images) in a separate folder.

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Not for some ajax sites,you can try save gmail. – Shore Sep 5 '09 at 11:02
Hmm, I didn't know that. In that case you probably will need to use an extension to do it. Search on or try the one suggested by Ami. – Simon Groenewolt Sep 5 '09 at 11:34

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