- от Raj, 3 года назадОценено на 5 из 5Works great, it manages to get images even better than the default Save Page AS and it does it as one file meaning you don't have to compress everything first.
The ability I dream about Save Page WE having, is the ability to do this with Links.
That way you could Bulk Save Page As Multiple Pages from the Table of Contents.
It would help quite a bit in saving Web Novels for offline Reading.
Pocket is useful but suffers even with Bulk Pocket Add on as often times, it misses some chapters and instead gives two copies of a previous chapter.
- от Пользователь Firefox 14175759, 3 года назадОценено на 5 из 5Great extension, especially because it saves the whole page into a single html file that can be accessed in all browsers and all platforms. It offers also options for which elements of the page to save. It can also create a top bar with the info and link to the original source page.
- от reikred, 3 года назадОценено на 5 из 5Being able to save an entire webpage into ONE static file named with %DOMAIN% and %DATE% and %TIME% macros is really super. Wishlist: Program addon to run every day at certain times, automatically, on a set of web pages. I sent a separate email about this. Also wish Print Edit WE would get the %DOMAIN% and %DATE% and %TIME% automatic filenaming macro capability soon :-).
- от Пользователь Firefox 13963076, 3 года назадОценено на 5 из 5First usage, worked out of the box. Didn't save the hrefs on the page but that's ok and it's more than enough for what I needed. Will update in the future as I'm using it but so far so good for now.
Kudos to the devs, this surely works way better than firefox option to save a full webpage, and that's a pro for sure.
- от Пользователь Firefox 13114579, 3 года назадОценено на 5 из 5Perfect for our needs, and able to be used right out-of-the-box!
We backup created content hourly, and until this extension, we've simply been copy-pasting into a Google Doc (unlimited storage, formatting, etc. - rudimentary, sure, but effective).
This saves the page exactly as it appears in a browser, to a single, cross-browser-compatible file (rather than a folder of files & main htm file, such as "Save Page As" in Firefox Menu). One click, and the full file is saved in Downloads (by default).
File size appears to range from 1-3mb (obviously site / page dependent) - point being, it's consistent, manageable, and not filled with unnecessary options or ads.
Kudos, DW-dev, and thank you!
- от -=|MisterY|=-, 3 года назадОценено на 5 из 5Thanks a lot for the prompt feedback! Setting the Referrer Header helped in this case!
Ответ разработчикаопубликовано 3 года назадTo resolve this problem, please try either or both of these solutions:
‒ Scroll to the bottom of the page, to force images to load, before using Save Page WE.
‒ Set the Referer Header option to "Send referer header with origin and path".
- от Пользователь Firefox 14051258, 3 года назадОценено на 5 из 5Fantastic!! Saving one single web page used to leave dozens or even hundreds of small files in a folder that could get separated from the html. Now it is ALL IN ONE DOCUMENT. What an improvement! I wish I had this years ago. I only wish I could go back and convert my old ones into this format.