> Okay Hakon, here's my Opera request, when you 'save', 'save as' or '=
send page', or
> even tear off a bookmark to your desktop (I am assuming Opera has al=
> I want Opera to automatically embed the URL where you found the
> page in a meta tag called self.
Good idea. Perhaps we should add a few more META tags to store
Content-Type and other HTTP headers? The only problem I have is that
the saved copy is tainted. E.g., I hate it when IEx uppercases CSS
property names in saved copies of HTML pages.
Gavin Thomas Nicol wrote:
> How about the ability to say all images etc. as well? I'd like to
> be able to say "save in", specify a directory, and have the page,
> the images, etc. all saved, with relative URL's of course...
This we have already -- go fetch a version from www.opera.com!
Gerald Oskoboiny wrote:
> Why not just archive all your HTTP traffic? Disk space is basically
> free nowadays.
Interesting. So, cache everything and never delete anything? From yuur
> The file names end up something like this:
Does your script/setup modify the content of HREF attributes to always
point into your own file structure? If so, does it maintain the
original HREF values somewhere?
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