How to download complete website?

bcastle

How can I download an entire website (all the pages)? I’m using a Windows 7 PC.

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Topic: Internet
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jimlynch
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How Do I Download An Entire Website For Offline Reading?
http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/how-do-i-download-an-entire-website-for-off...

"Download the entirety of a website – or individual web pages – to your hard drive. Whether you want to do some work offline so you can really block time-wasting websites or do some research on the road, downloading web content locally means you don’t need to stop when your connection does.

It’s increasingly rare, but still occasionally true: sometimes you just don’t have Internet access. Whether you’re on a plane or your grandparent’s place in the country, life occasionally brings all of us to places WiFi and 4G can’t reach. With a little preparation, however, you can have the data you need on your hard drive, waiting for you.

There are three distinct ways to read offline: download an entire website, download recent blog posts or news stories, and download the content from a specific page or article. I’m going to touch on all three below, but feel free to skip to the section you’re actually interested in."

jobeard
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this would be unethical.  if you are the owner, then you can get the backups from the hosting supplier

kreiley
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Wget is a good choice. There is a version for Windows, there may be a new version than this one, but I'm not sure. 

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