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Firefox and WebArchives
Authored by: valx on Apr 23, '08 09:54:23AM
That only saves the HTML--no images, css files, javascripts, etc. Sorry if I wasn't clear. But I meant that Firefox will save the complete Web page including all of its contents (images and all) completely intact while leaving the source document in HTML. You can open the HTML document in any browser and see the page exactly as it looked on the Web.

You could send the page (and its folder of images) to someone on Linux and have them see it exactly as it originally appeared. This is what you can't do with Safari.

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