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#1 Juhgail


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Posted 24 March 2009 - 02:08 PM

I work for a company that does litigation support. I have a client who needs to capture an entire website.

I am not a computer expert, but do know my way around the keyboard. Im trying to find something relativly inexpensive and relitivly easy to use. I would appreciate any input or advice since I really dont know where to start looking (beside a generic google search)

I need to capture the whole site that does have video on it, links etc.

Thanks everyone.

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 07:32 PM

The way your request is worded it implies you want to copy a website's entire database. That implies copyright violation. According to the forum rules we will not discuss methods to copy an entire site. Since you are familiar with litigation, obtain a court order and have the web hosting company copy the database for you.

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