Since I use Firefox, I just added the extension Save Complete, which does exactly that. It does not maintain the original file structure, but so far it hasn't failed to reconstruct any webpage as originally intended. Just note that you must use the new Save Complete Page As option from the File menu.
Hope this helps,
I got totally fed up with all of these current web browsers that can't save a full web page (I mean save it to the point it appears when you browse it online). I know that it is possible since all those browsers have that info in memory, they just don't save it due to some reasons known only to the makers of those browsers.
In light of that, I'm curious, is there some third-party software that can save a complete web page, and I mean _COMPLETE_, including Flash plug-ins, scripts, CSS pages, etc., so that it looks like when you browse through that page online?
Thank you in advance.