I've been trying to save this webpage using all of the methods that I know, but none of them have worked so far. The website itself has some great functionality. It is able to render MathJax in realtime, without any noticeable lag. I want to be able to use it offline, so I wanted to save it. I haven't been very successful. I'm on MacOS. Here is what I have tried so far:
- Save as on Safari as a Web Archive (.webarchive) – doesn't preserve the page's functionality
- Save as on Safari as Page Source (.html) – Completely messes the page up
- HTTrack – doesn't preserve the webpage's functionality
- Save as on Chrome as Webpage, Complete (.html) – messes up layout and functionality
- WebDumper – gives me a "Forbidden" error
- itsucks – messes webpage up
- SiteSucker – messes webpage up
- ScrapBook (firefox) – messes up
- A couple of other things that I can't remember anymore.
I just want to save the website and be able to use it offline. I noticed something interesting, however. When I'm in Safari and I go offline, the webpage performs fine. This undoubtedly means that the webpage can run offline with no problem – I just need a way to save it properly. I suppose I could create a virtual machine, load up the site on it and then save it as a snapshot and use it whenever I want to offline, but that seems like quite a disproportionate solution for such a seemingly simple problem.
On a side note: would it be possible to save a webpage like this (iPhone 6S page) with all of the scrolling animations, embedded pictures and videos and all the rest? I've only tried creating a Web Archive using Safari, but it only saved the nice scrolling animation – not the embedded pictures and such.