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How can I download an entire website?

If there is a website, there are many static pages with same name under different paths.

Is there any way to download all the pages to view them offline?

For example:,page,page

I want to do this since I can't access internet at home, only at our company office.

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marked as duplicate by slhck, sblair, Mokubai, Simon Sheehan, Sathya Feb 23 '12 at 3:52

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I've used it's an excellent tool that will take a dynamic site and download it to a local directory so you can browse it offline.

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Agree, using both WinHTTrack (GUI version for Windows) and WebHTTracks (GUI for linux) and I was always satisfied. – Juhele Feb 22 '12 at 18:35
I use wget, but httrack is definitely easier. – Rob Feb 22 '12 at 18:38

If you have wget installed, it's a one-liner:

wget -mk -w 20


WGet for Windows

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