Save a complete web page (as currently displayed) as a single HTML file with “Save Page WE”

Save Page WE is a Google Chrome browser extension that allows you to save a web page as it is currently displayed. I messed around with this and found that it actually does a much better job of saving an accurate representation of a web page than a PDF file. The file that you save is saved as a single HTML file that can be opened in any web browser. Oftentimes, due to the complexity of some web pages, you will see a warning sign that some resources or elements of a page cannot be saved; simply jump past that.

Also, “Save Page WE”, after installed, becomes resident on the context menu where you can quickly save a web page as an HTML file, or to perform operations on a previously saved page. To do this, right-click on the page contents to open the context menu, select the ‘Save Page WE’ sub-menu, and then select one of the menu items:

• Save Basic Items
• Save Standard Items
• Save Custom Items
• View Saved Page Info
• Remove Page Loader
• Extract Image/Audio/Video

I have found “Save Page WE” to be a great tool in saving a next to near-perfect representation of a web page and is now has a permanent spot on my toolbar.

Source: Save Page WE – Chrome Web Store


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