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I need to download HTML page from a website. But page opens in new window with no menu bar. I need to gets CSS, JS and Image resource while downloading. If I do view source and save, its media content are not getting downloaded.

Any idea if we can do it in IE7. Site is not opening in Firefox/Chome.

Thanks in advanced.

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You wrote "its media content are getting downloaded". –  rink.attendant.6 Nov 23 '12 at 8:41
    
Thanks changed sentence. –  Chinmayee G Nov 23 '12 at 8:57
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wget is available for Windows and will handle your task and more, look for the --mirror option and Bob's your uncle.

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I'm assuming you only want the HTML contents. In that case you can View Source and copy and paste the HTML into a text editor like Notepad.

If you want to download the other resources associated with the HTML file, manually download them by accessing the URI of the resource itself (they should be present in the HTML, look for attributes href and src (in the case of <object>, look for the data attribute).

Another option would be to install the IE Developer Tools for IE7 and get the URIs of the resources there, or upgrade to Internet Explorer 8 and use the built-in developer tools to monitor the resources that are downloaded via the Network panel.

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"I need to gets CSS, JS and Image resource while downloading." –  Juhana Nov 23 '12 at 8:40
    
Set in the copy a base tag and this works ;) –  rekire Nov 23 '12 at 8:42
    
@Juhana Edited. –  rink.attendant.6 Nov 23 '12 at 8:45
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Right click on your page, choose properties, copy the URL and paste it in a new IE window (with a menu). You should then be able to "Save as". Unless your page is built based on posted values, this should work.

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