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downloading complete web pages (not sites)

downloading complete web pages (not sites)

I often use offline time (e.g. when on the car/train/plane) to read articles pulled from the web. To store the content, I currently use Firefox's Save Page As. (Note that's not recursively downloading entire websites, but just individual pages plus their styles, images etc.)

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Guest [Entry]

"Have you tried wget --page-requisites ?

This option causes Wget to download all the files that are neces‐
sary to properly display a given HTML page. This includes such
things as inlined images, sounds, and referenced stylesheets."
Guest [Entry]

"no scripting solution, but I use Scrapbook to archive site for later reading.
Its a wonderfull extension!"
Guest [Entry]

Internet Explorer can save pages as MHTML. Most probably you can automate using this using VBS and COM.