Is there an easy way to archive all the content of web pages I visit, saving the pages to my hard drive?
For example, sometimes I'm viewing pages of old transactions, and it would be nice to simply be able to click the "Next" link without also having to click "Save As" on every page.
I've looked at the Firefox extension Slogger
, which looks like it would be perfect, but (a) it hasn't been updated since 2006 and (b) it didn't work when I tried it with an ancient version of Firefox.
I made a quick attempt at using Polipo (by itself, without Tor), but my first attempt at configuring it didn't work (it wasn't caching anything).
I would vastly prefer saving actual HTML and images rather than PDFs or screenshots.
I'd REALLY like to avoid anything that requires an online service; I want this to live and run on my computer.
It would be nice if it worked completely automatically, so I didn't even have to click a button to archive each page.
It would be especially nice if it maintained the structure and naming of the original web pages, much as wget does.
Is there some easy, minimal-config way to turn on an extension or add-on, fully archive the content of the web pages I visit, and then turn archiving off?