windowsxp — 2012-10-27T11:37:07-04:00 — #1
I download a page using FireFox File>Save Page As>complete Web Content.
But when I open the saved page it does not show the full content.
page has nested div's and scrollbars,iframe.
How do I download the entire page content so that I can view it offline ?
fantazo — 2012-10-27T11:56:25-04:00 — #2
you install IDM. Internet Download Manager is a good software. it's help you to download.
windowsxp — 2012-10-27T12:00:36-04:00 — #3
How does it different than firefox Save As.
I'm downloading just one page.
Does it save the entire page contents like IFRAME , DIV , AJAX contents etc ?
molona — 2012-11-06T01:03:18-05:00 — #4
There different extensions for FF that copy websites or excerpts of a site so you can check them later, but lately I use Evernote. But that will not serve you at all because you want to have the whole page... You may want to try ScrapBook (FF extension) and I'm quite sure that there's something similar for other browsers
The thing is... that pages with frames have always been a nightmare for bookmarking, navigating, accessibility, etc. I would think that they're a nightmare if you want to save them in your computer.