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SingleFile for Safari for Mac

Save a copy of a complete web page in a single HTML file.

Free
In English
Version 1.2.9
5.0
Based on 4 user rates

SingleFile for Safari overview

SingleFile is a Safari extension that saves an entire webpage including images, styling, frames, fonts etc. as a single HTML file.

Additional notes:

Open the context menu by right-clicking the SingleFile button in the extension toolbar or on the webpage. It allows you to save:

  • The current tab
  • The selected content
  • The selected frame
  • The selected link(s)

Select "Annotate and save the page..." in the context menu to:

  • Highlight text
  • Add notes
  • Remove content

You can also process multiple tabs in one click and save:

  • The unpinned tabs
  • All the tabs

The context menu also allows you to activate the auto-save (after pages are being loaded) of:

  • The current tab
  • The unpinned tabs
  • All the tabs

What’s new in version 1.2.9

  • Improved data fetching implementation
  • Added support of "srcdoc" attribute in frames

SingleFile for Safari for Mac

Free
In English
Version 1.2.9

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5.0

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Derekcurrie
Derekcurrie
Nov 2 2023
1.1.15
5.0
Nov 2 2023
5.0
Version: 1.1.15
Redundant! Well, sort of. In Safari, if you are on a web page and hit Cmd-S for SAVE, you have the option at the bottom of the Save window to create a Web Archive. It "Saves text, images and other content of this page." I love them! HOWEVER: What you get is a coded archive of the page. It's useless if you want to read the page's HTML. Therefore, saving as an MHTML or MHT file (as is possible in all flavors of Chromium) is more useful for coders. You can do much the same here with SingleFile, making it very useful for purpose when opening web pages with Safari.
Awado
Awado
Sep 4 2023
1.0.32
0.0
Sep 4 2023
0.0
Version: 1.0.32
Neat! This is a very handy tool for archiving websites.
Aeschylus
Aeschylus
Feb 16 2024
1.1.39
5.0
Feb 16 2024
5.0
Version: 1.1.39
Sergesouszero
Sergesouszero
Dec 31 2023
1.1.35
5.0
Dec 31 2023
5.0
Version: 1.1.35
Derekcurrie
Derekcurrie
Nov 2 2023
1.1.15
5.0
Nov 2 2023
5.0
Version: 1.1.15
Ervins Strauhmanis
Ervins Strauhmanis
Sep 4 2023
1.0.32
5.0
Sep 4 2023
5.0
Version: 1.0.32