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Webpage Saver QED is a tool for downloading webpages and their associated content to your hard-drive.

Simply drag and drop a webpage address onto the Webpage Saver interface and the webpage will appear in an appropriately named folder on your desktop; along with associated files and other content.

The price for single license is only £1.50 GBP.


Mac OS X 10.3 or later

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Geowizard Member IconComment+0

Unable to get the program to work.

Tried everything possible to get a url link to go into the box with no success.

Must be missing something.

Sounds like a good program but simply does not accept a url that is dragged to the box

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Won't launch on my Jaquar (10.2.8) system.

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Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

The requirements information on the MacUpdate and Zenopolis websites has now been updated to show that the current version of WebpageSaver QED requires OS X 10.3 (Panther) or above.

Thanks again,
David Kennedy of Zenopolis

Bill B Member IconComment+6
Bill B

You can do this for free by using the Camino web browser.

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Version 0.04b
Zenopolis (developer)

Whilst Webpage Saver QED is not free as in beer; it is a lot cheaper than the average pint of beer from a local pub here in England, UK.

It is intended that Webpage Saver QED will complement Camino, Safari, Mozilla, Firefox, Shiira, IE and other browsers used on the Mac.

For instance; in the latest version of Camino (v0.8.4) saving a webpage using the "HTML Complete" format creates a webpage and a folder (containing the webpage's content) at the same level. The content folder contains the all the files needed to display the page for off-line viewing, but with some files renamed to facilitate storing them at the same level. When we tested Camino we found it also renamed some of the content file extensions, so all ".jpg" files became ".jfif" files.

In contrast; in Webpage Saver QED, a webpage is saved inside a single folder along with its content (we believe this makes it easier to move the page around your system without it getting disassociated with the content). This folder contains the content organised into subfolders - named after the websites they are related to and stored in the same folder structure (where possible) as the original content. (We believe this makes it easier for those that wish to pick apart the content and get at particular files, as related files are likely to be organised together). This also means the names for the content files on your hard-drive can remain the same as the originals. Finally, Webpage Saver QED does not change the file extensions of the content files (so they should always open with the application you expect them to).

Although some will be perfectly happy with the webpage saving facilities of their chosen browser. We are hoping Webpage Saver QED will make life a little better for those that want just a little bit more.

David Kennedy of Zenopolis

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Downloads 2,701
Version Downloads 2,220
License Shareware
Date 03 Sep 2005
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price $3.00
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