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  • Siterips: How they work, what they are, and how to download them

    If you’re someone who enjoys watching movies or TV shows online, you may have heard the term “siterip” before. A siterip is a collection of files that contain all of the content from a particular website. This can include videos, images, and other media the website offers. Siterips are often created by individuals who want…

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  • The Best URL Downloaders to Use for Downloading Videos Online

    A lot of people nowadays download videos from various websites, be it YouTube, Vimeo, or any other online streaming or sharing platforms. But sometimes, downloading these videos from such websites can be a hassle, especially when the website doesn’t offer an easy way to do it. This is where a URL downloader comes in handy.…

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  • Downloading Websites: Your Complete Guide

    Have you ever needed to access a website offline? Maybe you want to preserve a piece of work or read an article in a remote location? Whatever the reason, downloading a website is a useful skill everyone should know. In this comprehensive guide, we will show you how to download a website using a website…

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  • Website Mirroring

    What is a mirror site? A mirror site is a static copy of your website on another server. It can be used as a backup, as an easy way to move to another server if you have lost the logins to your old hosting provider, or as a way to have an archive of your…

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  • Alternative to Archivarix

    Archivarix is an online tool to download your entire website from an archive.org snapshot. It works pretty similarly to webtozip, but you are limited to the available snapshots on archive.org, while webtozip will make a copy from your live website. Here is a detailed comparison of Archivarix and webtozip: Features Archivarix webtozip It has a…

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  • Alternative to SiteSucker

    SiteSucker is a free tool for Mac OS that you can install to download your entire website to your local hard disk. It also comes with a pro version which is limited to 100 pages/files within the trial period. Here is a detailed comparison of Sitesucker and webtozip: Features Sitesucker webtozip It has a free…

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  • Static Forms with Formspree

    In this tutorial, we show how static forms with Formspree work. Usually, you already have a form on your dynamic website – the problem is that those forms need a server to work. They need a server to process the submission, a server to send the e-mail to you and your users, and one to…

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  • Alternative to HTTrack

    HTTrack is a free tool that you can download and install on your local computer to download your existing website to your computer. While the software is quite old, it does work, but the feature set is limited. HTTrack also does not seem to be actively maintained anymore, as the latest update is from 2017,…

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  • ZIP hosting on Tiiny.host

    This tutorial will show you how to host your zip file on Tiiny.host. What is Tiiny.host? Think of Tiiny.host as the companion app to webtozip. Similar to generating a zip file of a dynamic website with one click, Tiiny.host offers zip hosting by uploading the file and adding the name of your project. Download your…

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