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Is there an easy way to save entire websites or isolated web pages containing Flash or Javascript?

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does CTRL+S work for you? – Jan Dvorak Mar 2 '13 at 10:43
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There is not a single answer to this question.

Obviously, web pages containing JS or Flash are meant to be dynamic, the code contained in the JS/Flash may not work when saved.

However, in general, yes, there are ways of doing this.

HTTRACK is probably the best way. Though wget (wget for Windows) would also work (wget is available in most Linux distros).

HTTRACK tries to rename most links so that they point to the local copy of the resource and so JS/Flash files may still work.

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