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Old Oct 22, 2002, 03:08 AM
noamkrief noamkrief is offline
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Default is it possible to search my offline website with a search engine?

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I downloaded a whole website using this program sort of like the one that comes with windows.

It downloads a webpage and the links of that page, and the links of the links etc.....

So now I have this big big website on my hard drive but what if I want to search specific parts? Specific key words?

Is there a program I can download that would act as an offline search engine?

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Old Oct 26, 2002, 10:05 AM
divers divers is offline
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basically allyou have to do when you open the page is go to edit..and select find on this page or use contol F to make them available (for others)
just go to you webb prowser help ..go into index and type Off line will give you instructions on how to go about letting you view a page offline.
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