[Air-L] How to archive websites?

Yukari Seko doggyjelly at gmail.com
Sat Nov 26 14:42:42 PST 2011

Dear Szulc,

My favorite is Scrapbook (http://amb.vis.ne.jp/mozilla/scrapbook/), a
Firefox ad-on. It's quick and user-friendly, and good for archiving
multi-lingual websites.


Yukari Seko
Ph.D candidate
Joint Programme in Communication and Culture Studies
Between York/Ryerson Universities

Research Associate
Experiential Design + Gaming Environments (EDGE) Lab
Ryerson University

On Fri, Nov 25, 2011 at 7:13 AM, Taylor, Nicholas A. <ntay at loc.gov> wrote:

> Hello Lukasz, the open source website copier HTTrack (
> http://www.httrack.com/) would probably suffice for your needs. It can be
> used to download an entire site and saves the files so that they can be
> viewed and traversed locally with your browser.
> ~Nicholas
> Nicholas Taylor | Information Technology Specialist | Library of Congress
> Web Archiving<http://www.loc.gov/webarchiving/>
> Phone: (202) 707-3940 | E-mail: ntay at loc.gov<mailto:ntay at loc.gov> |
> Twitter: @nullhandle<http://twitter.com/nullhandle>
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