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May 23, 2006 2:19 PM   Subscribe

I need a Safari plugin that will allow me to download all of the files/folders from a given website. Does this exist? Where?
posted by youcancallmeal to Clothing, Beauty, & Fashion (13 answers total)
 
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posted by youcancallmeal at 2:20 PM on May 23, 2006


Give the Scrapbook extension a try.
posted by Loser at 2:25 PM on May 23, 2006


I need this for Safari, not Firefox. (Do the two cross pollinate?)

Also, I need to be able to download a metric assload of files (mp3s, mostly) from a site in one fell swoops, not neccesarily download the site itself.
posted by youcancallmeal at 2:28 PM on May 23, 2006


I don't know if such a plug-in exists, but if it does, you can probably find it via Pimp My Safari. (and, no, Firefox plug-ins won't work with Safari)
posted by klausness at 2:37 PM on May 23, 2006


Does it have to be a Safari plugin? I'd just install wget and do something like wget -r -nd -N -np -A.mp3 -erobots=off http://domain.com to suck all the mp3s on the site.
posted by nicwolff at 2:38 PM on May 23, 2006


DeepVacuum does this - All MP3s from a given URL, for instance. It's really just a shiny front-end to wget, but it works...
posted by unixrat at 2:43 PM on May 23, 2006


You can use Automator to make a script that will download all links matching a pattern. I don't have the link at work, but I remember seeing a mp3 blog-leeching script shortly after it came out.
posted by mikeh at 2:50 PM on May 23, 2006


I've used Simple wget for this kind of thing. Not a plugin, it's a standalone app that's a front end to wget.

What you want is generically referred to as a "site ripper"--you could google that.
posted by adamrice at 3:05 PM on May 23, 2006


I use SpeedDownload and it works great. Very customizable.
posted by mathowie at 3:45 PM on May 23, 2006


Not a plugin, but I do this with both SiteSucker and DevonThink.
posted by dobbs at 3:49 PM on May 23, 2006


Does it need to be a plugin? Httrack is a good downloader/offline browser and you can set it up to filter for certain files.
posted by Dipsomaniac at 3:50 PM on May 23, 2006


I use suck it down. I like its button

suck
posted by jessamyn at 5:43 PM on May 23, 2006


I'd go with the wget crowd. If you want to give it a try, you can install it using Darwin Ports. You'll need admin privileges to install it.
posted by veedubya at 6:21 PM on May 23, 2006


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