WebSnap (Website Snapshot) utility Free Download

Version: 1.5   (version history)
Date: January 26, 2002

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OS: Platform independent
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Author: Dpsp-yes.com

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WebSnap (Website Snapshot) utility Description

WebSnap (Website Snapshot) utility Free Download.

WebSnap downloads all the requested contents (including graphics), following the Web-links. As a result, a number of mutually related files (.HTML, .GIF, .JPG, etc.) are stored in your local file system. The WebSnap utility tries to follow the sub-directory structure of the source. The links are reconstructed so that the local snapshot can be browsed off-line. The user has an option to specify some HTML-tags and/or data types to be excluded from the process of downloading. The WebSnap utility is implemented as a standalone Java program.

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