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hey anybody have any idea how i can download all the linked files on a page (js, css, images), maintaining the site file structure?
we're building some additional static pages for a heavily content managed site and need to keep all the links "absolute relative" (ie.site.com /category /category2 /public_html /style /layout.css). we need to rebuild the directory structure of the entry page (delivered by cms) on the testing server to make sure it all works when it's switched live... i could do it manually, but it's a massive site, so files from different folders all over the place.
If you're on a mac you could try SiteSucker. I haven't used it for overly complicated sites but it seems to do the job when I need it to.
ah, cheers... just tried it out, seems to want to download the whole site... i can't get it to stick to just the supporting files for one page
flashget may do it
if you are using firefox, just save the page on your desktop, it will keep all the associated assets
cheers lads, no luck with any of those. did it manually...
63 template images, .js files & .css files in 20 different directories... pain in the ass.
Do you just need the structure, or do you need the content as well?