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comment Mirroring a web site having pages that uses simple JavaScript
@DaveRook I have IE 10 installed, and the most similar feature is "Web Archive, single file". It saved a 28 KB file. From the mirroring point of view it's almost "nothing". Or, perhaps, I'm missing something.
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comment Mirroring a web site having pages that uses simple JavaScript
@DaveRook thank you. :) As far as I know, all major browsers can save single webpages only, but not entire web sites. The problem with that site is that it uses, as far as I see, some JavaScript to load content dynamically. I just want to make a recursive copy of the site (like web crawlers do), but unfortunately none of those tools can do that (at least for what I tried) in this case.
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comment Mirroring a web site having pages that uses simple JavaScript
@DaveRook I mean "to make an exact (more or less) copy of a web site". Please sorry if my English is not fine.
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comment Mirroring a web site having pages that uses simple JavaScript
@c0dev not sure if the possible duplicate is able to help, because that solution relies on wget. I can't make wget work to satisfy my needs. However, I've seen wget.addictivecode.org/FeatureSpecifications/JavaScript in that question, and I'll check it later.
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