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I'm trying to save a webpage to my computer, and I'm not having any luck doing it with Chrome... so instead I'm trying Safari.

I would like it so that it saves all the CSS and images in their respective folders, aswell as a separate .html file.

I only seem to have the following options:

  1. Save a 'webarchive' file that has all html / css / images combined into one
  2. Save just a .html page with all the html / css linking to those on the live site

Is it possible for me to do this using Safari?

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  • I could have sworn that the webarchive format was better than that XML nonsense with encoded everything in it. Firefox will do that if you ask it to save a web page. You'll get a folder with the resources in it and an HTML file that references those files that looks like the source page. But that ain't Safari, sorry... – Steve Chambers Apr 3 at 20:32
  • Thanks I'll give FF a go, hopefully I have better luck with that than Chrome... main reason for me wanting it saved as a web page is because I need to modify the HTML / CSS – pealo86 Apr 4 at 11:18
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The free tool WebArchive Extractor by Rob Rohan can extract the individual files from a .webarchive. Hope this helps!

Screenshot showing a webarchive file, the main window of the WebArchive Extractor app, and the resulting folder produced by that app.

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