Download Entire Website To Your Desktop

By default many browsers do provide users with the option to save single webpages to your desktop, however this option is not available when you want to download entire websites and save them on your computer .


HTTrack is a freeware offline browser utility that will allow you to download a entire website including html pages, images and other files and access it offline.

HTTrack recursively downloads all directories, getting HTML, images, and other files from the server to your computer. HTTrack arranges the original site’s relative link-structure. Simply open a page of the "mirrored" website in your browser, and you can browse the site from link to link, as if you were viewing it online. HTTrack can also update an existing mirrored site, and resume interrupted downloads.

HTTrack is available for download for Windows 95/98/NT/2K/XP and Linux based operating systems. Definitely useful for people who want to browse websites on the move when there is no Internet connection available.

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  • I have used HTTrack. It is excellent—very powerful and yet simple for non-techies.

    One warning: If you do restore your website from an HTTrack backup, you should not simply copy the backup to your web server because, at least at one time, HTTrack inserted meta data into each page. I believe it was this meta data that resulted in Google not indexing the website after it was restored. However, the problem with Google could have been related to something else (one never knows). But if you use HTTrack, note that HTTrack does (or did at one time) insert meta data on each page.

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  • This will come in handy for those offline times when saved websites makes good reading / reference material. Thanks for sharing the tip with us!

  • Wow, that’s really cool. This would be great for reading blogs while on a plane or train. Thanks!

  • I used this software. But since I have unlimited internet access, so, i don’t need this anymore.

    But, yeah, this is an exellent software!

  • I found some inbound links from some site going to a javascript file I used for random images. I dug deeper into my logs and found more of the same for other files that had been copied from my site. I looked into it and someone had apparently used software like this to copy my entire site and had started making changes to it to create their “new” site. Since they were both regional and separated by about 3000 miles, I didn’t worry too much about it. I just kept an eye on it to make sure there wouldn’t be any blatant copyright violations, or a duplicate content penalty. It was actually entertaining for about a week watching them make change after change and effectively destroy the design and code I had worked so hard on. The site is apparently gone, but I still check up on it from time to time to make sure.

  • sounds pretty cool, allthough the time is nearing where wifi will be available everywhere. even airplanes and boats are starting to implement it.

  • JJC


    Just wondering if this saves all the perks of a site like the flash buttons and menus etc. I must admit there as a couple of sites that have great flash features for displaying photos and I was wondering if i could save that site and edit in dream weaver to put my photos in there and host it.

    (Hey whats this blue line? Am I over my charachter quota?)

    If anyone has any info or advice it would be really appreciated.

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  • Im interested in downloading a full site, does this also pull php files and images files ?

    Does this also have a size restriction ?