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How to save a website using firefox.

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webpage complete is a bunch of different files and all files does not include photos. I am trying to save my site rangeoflight.net

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Try this extension if you want to save a web page in one file.

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If you choose "Web Page, complete", it means only the page as retrieved from the server (plus images, style sheets, and scripts used in the page itself). It does not include changes that occurred to the page after loading or any linked pages.

What you want depends on your purpose in saving your site.

If you want an exact copy of what is on the server, for example, as a backup, you should use an FTP program or similar software that gives you direct access to the files. Depending on your host, they might also have a backup feature in the control panel.

If you want a portable replica to use offline or copy to a CD, you should look into a category of software known as an "offline browser." I can't recall which ones I've used, but a Google search turns up some products you can evaluate.

If you want a copy of the site to use in Firefox, you could check out the add-ons Scrapbook and Scrapbook Plus (I'm not sure of the difference between them). There were some add-ons for these add-ons to generate other formats such as Windows HTML help file (CHM), but they haven't been updated for a few months.

If you want a print capture of the site, you could convert it to PDF. I'm not aware of a "one-shot" way to do that, but there might be an add-on or service.

(I just played with an add-on that will capture all open tabs to a single PDF. The fonts can be a bit funky, but you could give it a try: Print pages to Pdf :: Add-ons for Firefox.)

Please let us know whether any of these approaches solves your problem.

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Ausgewählte Lösung

Try this extension if you want to save a web page in one file.

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The extension to save a webpage in one file seems to work fine. Thank You!