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Extract files from WARC and correct URLs

wget has an option of correcting the URLs when recursively downloading a website, so the website is browsable offline. It makes a folder structure that looks like this: Is there a program that can ...
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Browse archived website

I have html/webpage files stored in a folder locally on my machine. I can view this content just fine using any browser. However, long term, I would prefer to have the contents stored inside of some ...
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Best approach to archive a website periodically

I am working on an approach to archive our website (dynamically generated) periodically (say every month) and keep it versionned so that I can go back and pull a page at a certain period. My initial ...
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Extract files from a web archive (.warc)

I have a number of web sites I am archiving in order to retain many of the linked files there, specifically a number of PDFs. I haven't had a problem using the Heritrix crawler to collect the sites. ...
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Trouble using wget or httrack to mirror archived website

I am trying to use wget to create a local mirror of a website. But I am finding that I am not getting all the linking pages. Here is the website ...
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seeking a tool creates space-efficient web archives

I am seeking a tool to space-efficiently archive a blog that is changing every day or even two or three times a day. I don't mean that individual blog posts change - not regularly anyway - I just ...
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How can I archive web pages linked to in my Delicious bookmarks?

I'm looking for ways to quickly backup the web pages I have collected in my Delicious Bookmarks, to guard against linkrot, etc. The most efficient method I've come up with so far would be to export my ...
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Have httrack backup a site?

I am trying to backup a site with httrack but it isnt doing what I want. It has been going for 20mins already and downloading what looks to be nonsense images and js files from other sites. The page ...
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On a Mac, a webpage can be printed as a PDF file, but images are chopped up across pages… any solution?

Such as the page for Rails 3.0 tutorial: http://railstutorial.org/chapters/beginning when printed as a PDF using Firefox, Chrome, or Safari on a Mac, the images get all chopped up across page ...