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WinHTTrack or WebCopier?

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Old 03-20-2009
John Doe
 

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WinHTTrack or WebCopier?

How do you get a web site copier to keep links intact?

If I am on a page like this...

www.webpage.com/hp/default.htm

Every link from that page has "hp" added to it. For example, a link on
that page that looks like this...

www.webpage.com/alink.htm

....ends up with the "hp" added like this...

www.webpage.com/hp/alink.htm

How do you get a web site copier to just replace the domain name with
the local folder name and leave everything else the way it is in the
links properties? For example, a link with this property...

www.webpage.com/alink.htm

....to be saved to the hard drive like this...

<folder path>/alink.htm

....regardless of what page on the web site contains that link.

Is that possible?

Thanks.
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Old 03-21-2009
ju.c
 

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Re: WinHTTrack or WebCopier?
You can "search & replace" the addresses using notepad.

Replace all href="http://www.webpage.com/hp/
with href="http://www.webpage.com/


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"John Doe" <jdoe@usenetlove.invalid> wrote in message news:uwSwl.14092$8_3.8284@flpi147.ffdc.sbc.com...
>
> How do you get a web site copier to keep links intact?
>
> If I am on a page like this...
>
> www.webpage.com/hp/default.htm
>
> Every link from that page has "hp" added to it. For example, a link on
> that page that looks like this...
>
> www.webpage.com/alink.htm
>
> ...ends up with the "hp" added like this...
>
> www.webpage.com/hp/alink.htm
>
> How do you get a web site copier to just replace the domain name with
> the local folder name and leave everything else the way it is in the
> links properties? For example, a link with this property...
>
> www.webpage.com/alink.htm
>
> ...to be saved to the hard drive like this...
>
> <folder path>/alink.htm
>
> ...regardless of what page on the web site contains that link.
>
> Is that possible?
>
> Thanks.

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