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How can I save a web page without creating a dozen or more tiny files, which is worse than Internet Explorer?

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When I try to save a Firefox web page, I get about a dozen tiny files with funny names cluttering up my documents folder, and making it hard to find anything. This reminds me of problems I used to have with Internet Explorer more than ten years ago. But at least, IE was kind enough to gather all of these files in a single folder, named "files". Firefox dumps them all into my documents folder. Messy.

Years ago, I discovered Opera, which offered a file format that combined the original html code with the other files into one file: an internet archive, with the extension mht instead of htm. I used Opera for years, but recently became aware of the advantages of Firefox.

A few days ago, I downloaded the latest version of Firefox, and installed it. I have been evaluating it ever since. It looks good; I have figured out (more or less) how bookmarks work, and I'm getting used to the taskbars.

But when I try to save a page, I still get a deluge of tiny files cluttering up the target folder. Firefox doesn't save pages in archive form, but only in the old scattered form. Of course, I could simply save only the html. Maybe that's the best thing, but it loses a lot.

The chaos of junky files cluttering up my target folder is enough to send me back to Opera, despite its limitations.

被選擇的解決方法

This extension allows for web pages to saved on MHT format.
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/8051

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選擇的解決方法

This extension allows for web pages to saved on MHT format.
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/8051

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I downloaded and installed both the UnMHT extension and the Archive extension. They work fine. Problem solved. hannauer