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How to remove any elements from online page, and then save edited page in same look with HTML, CSS and images?

I also need to edit text.

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Maybe The Printliminator bookmarklet is all you need? I've never tested it for saving the results though.

As you also commented you want to edit text: add-ons like Firebug or the built-in Web Inspector in Safari and Chrome do allow for editing on the fly. But it's a but tedious. Save before you start.

And when saving before you start then maybe using some HTML editor is much easier?

(For saving, I guess you can use the built-in Save function from your browser, which often has an option to save the complete page. Hopefully that will save the edited version then.)

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I suppose that for Firefox, the Aardvark add-on is a solution:

Powerful and user-friendly selector utility for selecting elements and doing various actions on them. It can be used for cleaning up a page prior to printing it (by removing and isolating elements), for making the page more readable, and (most appreciated by web developers), for analyzing the structure of a page.

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but i need editing also . i mean editing of text – metal gear solid Jan 15 '10 at 6:51
    
@Jitendra, as for editing: your question also has an edit option. :-) (I've merged your extra requirement into that question.) – Arjan Jan 15 '10 at 7:21
    
@Jitendra: You're better off in this case to save the page after Aardvark and finish the editing using whatever tool you have (even notepad). – harrymc Jan 15 '10 at 8:47

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