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Old 12-14-2005, 03:17 PM
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Website ---- Website Complete

Hello web designers, I have a website that was built with website complete and I would like to download it or copy it with Dream Weaver or something like that.

Is this possible?
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Old 12-14-2005, 09:54 PM
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Very rudimentary instructions here...but, it will get you the source code.

In your favorite browser, do the following:

Navigate to the page you want to save and select from the pull-down: View>Page Source (in Firefox it is "Page Source"; in IE it is "Source"; in Opera, "Source").
When the page's source code appears in your text editor or Notepad, select: File>Save Page As. Save this file to a location on your local drive.

Launch Dreamweaver and open the page by navigating to where you saved the file on your local drive.

Viewing the source and saving it locally, will not capture any of the graphics, Flash or css, only the HTML coding. To get it all, I believe that there's an application called "PageSucker" that can be used to capture these elements.
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Old 12-14-2005, 10:00 PM
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Actually, thinking about this further, you should use an ftp application to download all the files from the server that is hosting the site. That way, you'll get the graphics, plus the relative paths linking to them should remain valid.

FWIW, some WYSIWYG web page authoring tools (MS Front Page in particular) write some really bogus code. I know nothing about "website complete" but be ready to rework some of it's html to get it W3C compliant.
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Old 12-15-2005, 09:59 AM
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Dude, I dont think old cheap trick albums are that expensive--no need to download or copy it.
Shouldn't you be playing with your Tikka or something?
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Old 12-15-2005, 09:29 PM
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If you were paying attention, I began posting around 730 am today. This is highly unusual for me. It is due to the fact that I went duck hunting @530 and arrived home by 7. killed 3 gads, one woodie and 2 greenheads within 200 yards of the ramp. Tikka stays home when they are flying like dat

Oh yeah, no hevi shot either--$9.99/box Dionisus 3" steel #3's.
My admiration of Nar goes to a higher level.

Way back in the day we departed home at midnight for the big northern michigan duck opener only to find that the outboard bounced off the boat somewhere between Lansing and Mt. Pleasant MI...whatta drag. The flooding was wader water for the first 25 yards and dropped off in a semi circle around the boat launch. So why everyone was *****in about the motor I geared up and started wading only to find that Mr. Mouse nared a hole in my wader. So I backed my wet arse back to the launch and shot my limit FROM the boat launch. The shot raining down on the cars in the parking lot was comical.

Top THAT!

I never took a boat to that spot again.
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Old 12-15-2005, 09:34 PM
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I went out to do some surveying in the Rita impact area today. Left late because of insurmountable gov delays. Looking at sediment accretion. I got a great look at it. Rodman got the 4-2wheeler high-centered about 1/4 mile from high ground in deep, wet, silty clay. Spent 3 hours getting it out. Got cold, wet, and busted my butt. Sun went down. Loaded 4-wheeler and came home. No surveying accomplished. Blecch!
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Old 12-16-2005, 04:10 PM
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Hello web designers, I have a website that was built with website complete and I would like to download it or copy it with Dream Weaver or something like that.

Is this possible?
There's a free application known as "wget" which does just this. It can download everything from the original source to build a tree with a single command, and can even rewrite anchor URL's when necessary.

I've used it quite a bit on Unix/Linux platforms, but I would be highly surprised if there isn't a Win32 build.
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Old 12-16-2005, 04:40 PM
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There's a free application known as "wget" which does just this. It can download everything from the original source to build a tree with a single command, and can even rewrite anchor URL's when necessary.

I've used it quite a bit on Unix/Linux platforms, but I would be highly surprised if there isn't a Win32 build.
Awesome thanks!
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Old 12-16-2005, 05:19 PM
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wget is the way to go.

wget is what I use. Yes, there is a version for Windows.

Be careful when using it! If you don't use the command properly you will "get" more than you expected!
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Old 12-16-2005, 08:03 PM
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I have found an easier solution. In Dreamweaver connect to to server and GET all filez and bada bing I got my website back.
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Old 12-16-2005, 08:53 PM
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Dude, I dont think old cheap trick albums are that expensive--no need to download or copy it.
Not to hijack the thread, but in the USA Today newspaper the other day, there was a small article about a Narwhal whale, with a unicorn-like horn jutting out from its jaw.

Is this where you got the name?
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