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Saving An Entire Web Site All At Once

I need to save a full web site for offline use. The main page is a table context with hundreds of links and I need to know if it's possible to save every link (the web site in it's entirety) all at once, rather than saving each individual page, as this will take me days to accomplish

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How do I know if my site is offline?

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I was able to download the website using the HTTrack software. It seemed to work fine but now I have a folder on my desktop that's just packed full of files. When I click on one, I'm redirected to the website. How do I know if the site is offline or not? And how do I know which file is the right one?

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Yes you can.

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There is software online which allows you to do that. Google reading a website offline.

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