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|Name||Technology||Completeness of saved content||Support for collections||Ease of adding to existing collections||Navigable between saved pages in offline||Format of saved files; open/proprietary||Compression||Notes|
|wget||command line application||images and CSS (if ||Yes||?||Yes, if ||Open (HTML or WARC)||Yes, if WARC files are used|
|HTtrack||command line application has WebHTTrack for Windows and WinHTTrack for Linux/BSD/Unix GUI front-ends||?||?||?||Yes. Links all remade so open your locally stored pages for the site you download||Open. Standard HTML pages saved in a folder. Click on index.html to open home page||No||Many options to let you refine what you save.|
|Scrapbook||Firefox extension||Default: |
|Yes||Easy||Yes IF those pages were saved in scrapbook||Proprietary catalog; regular HTML and content for each page||No|
See also "Detailed notes" section below.
|Mozilla Archive Format||Firefox extension||Images, CSS and other static content; clientside-generated HTML content saved fine||Yes||Impossible||No||MAFF (=ZIP of regular HTML and web content)||Always|
|Read Later Fast||Google Chrome extension||Stylesheets are saved incompletely or not at all||No||N/A||No||Proprietary; restricted to Google Chrome profile location||No|
|PageArchiver||Google Chrome extension||Video and audio files (via Flash or HTML5) are not saved||Yes||Yes (import/export features)||No||Open; regular HTML for pages, regular zip file for catalog||Yes for catalog|
To save video embedded on web sites (e.g. YouTube), Download Helper Firefox extension can be used, as well as others for Firefox as well as Chrome.
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