Whether travelling or simply out of the office, sometimes you need to access a Web page offline. Copying and saving Web pages lets you access them on your own time, even if you are away from your wireless network. If you are an aspiring Web designer, copying Web pages helps you understand the basics of web design and reproduce your favourite designs on your own website. Luckily, saving Web pages is a simple process widely available on most Web browsers.
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Things you need
- Web browser
- Internet connection
Navigate to the page you wish to copy.
Choose "file" from your browser's menu bar, located on the top-left of your browser's window.
Choose to save the Web page from the file menu. Your browser will ask you where you would like to save the page. Choose anywhere you like. The browser will save your Web page onto your hard drive, allowing you to access the Web page anytime, even without an Internet connection.
Tips and warnings
- If you want to see the HTML source code for your Web page, right click the page's background and choose "View Source." This is especially helpful for learning Web developers who wish to emulate the style of their favourite pages.
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