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How To Download / View / Save Websites For Viewing Offline


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#1 nat

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Posted 06 October 2007 - 08:30 AM

I have Win Vista home premium - browsers : main one is Firefox, then IE7.

I have wifi bluetooth and a hp laptop.

I need to view websites offline because I will be in area with no wifi access.

What is the most simple and fastest method. I've had a look "Website Downloader" see link below. As far as i can tell, each site has to be entered individually, and it looks complicated. I need something more easy "for dummies" !!

website downloader from glenn alcott

Also, what is the best way of finding wifi access in more remote areas - even cell phone reception is very weak, usually not even 1 bar, which is going to be a problem as I am going to be living in this area soon. Is there something called a cell phone "extender" ??

I managed to connect to a network called Communimesh, but although it was connected it did not allow me to access online web or email etc. My router is Netgear and I am in Cape Town South Africa. I am going to be in a place called Scarborough which is close to Simonstown heading towareds Cape Point on the western peninusal of Cape town.

Any help on this would be really helpful. (I know I have included cell phone stuff which is not covered in this particular forum but as it is related I thought I would take a chance).!!

Many thanks..... :thumbsup:

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