I recommend that you try saving the web pages from your site
one-by-one using Internet Explorer.
For each page on your site (in Internet Explorer):
Click on the "File" menu in the upper left-hand corner of Internet
Explorer, Select "Save As", browse to the folder where you want to
save it (You may want to click the "New Folder" icon and create a
folder called "My Website").
This should save all of the files associated with that page, including
.jpgs, .gifs, and .css .
Make sure that the filename is what you want it to be, that Save As
Type is "Web Page, complete (*.htm, *.html), and that Encoding is
Here's a tutorial on the "Save As" command, from .net magazine:
If this does not work for you, please post a Clarification stating
that, and I'll work with you to get the job done.
If you are able to do so, posting your website address would be
helpful (put a space before and after each dot [.] if you wish to
avoid a hyperlink to that address).
Before Rating my Answer, if you have any Questions about or problems
with the above information, please post a Request for Clarification,
and I will see what I can do for you.
Request for Answer Clarification by
23 Jul 2004 08:12 PDT
Phew...this is a toughie. I really don't like to have a researcher
spend his or her time an not get paid, and yet there was no way that I
could use Internet Explorer to download the pages one-by-one. The site
has 14,000 files and is 825Mb in size, it would have taken forever.
Also, with this method how would I get the images folders, Java files,
Here's what I did do. I found that I could download from within
FrontPage 2002 by going to MENU/OPEN which opens the website tree
structure, and then right clicking which opens a dropdown menu, and
then clicking on SendTo. I sucessfully downloaded the whole site this
way, yep it took quite a while but we got the site.
I also found that once I entered the site address in My Network Places
that I could then download from Microsoft Explorer (not MSIE).
So, aceresearcher, please tell me what you think?