- by t_wheeler, 5 days agoRated 5 out of 5Caveat - I've only been using this extension for a few minutes, but so far it works great. Annotations will come in handy I'm sure, and the filename template is flexible with a lot of variables (although I'd like to be able to specify the full path e.g. C:\Users\me\OneDrive\Documents\webarchive). Great extension!
- by Buster Blue, a month agoRated 5 out of 5Exactly what I was hoping for. It saves everything together in 1 file, and even adds some info into a button on the top right about when the page was saved, and what the original url was.
- by NM, a month agoRated 5 out of 5C'est très bien fait. J'apprécierais beaucoup en export en PDF, d'autant plus que si la page dépasse la taille de l'écran, l'export en PDF par défaut n'est que partiel !
Developer responseposted a month agoMerci pour votre revue. Malheureusement, SingleFile n'est pas vraiment adapté à la sauvegarde au format PDF. A vrai dire, SingleFile est plutôt une solution alternative. Personnellement, je considère que le PDF n'est pas un format adapté à la sauvegarde de pages web, c'est une des raisons pour lesquelles l'extension existe.
- by Visual Notes, 2 months agoRated 5 out of 5At first I could not believe that this extension really combines ALL assets in a single HTML file, that a 1:1 image of a page can be archived with correct display (including all links).
After seeing the saved file, I saw images converted to base64, but still couldn't believe that at least external links to JS and CSS files are not used here: so turned off the internet connection and cleared the browser cache. Result: the page was still displayed correctly!
It really does combine HTML and all assets into one single HTML file.
This is really impressive!
As another user remarked: we've been wishing for this since the 1990s! Wow. Thank you!
- by glocal, 2 months agoRated 5 out of 5I have been waiting for this since the late 90s! Absolutely essential for academic and serious archiving work. It produces a single file, the file is indexable, it adds source/date metadata, it edits/annotates, it saves selectable sections and links, it autosaves, there is a version for all major browsers, the saved file opens in any browser without the need for an addon so it's browser agnostic and future-proof, and more. The only thing missing (I think) is being able to edit/annotate the previously saved file. Brilliant and should come as standard in all browsers.
EDIT: Actually, you can edit/annotate previously saved files and SingleFIle cleverly won't touch the info bar if there is one already. Excellent! 6* for that. Now I wish you could select first and then click on the highlight button rather than the other way round :)