this problem may be most basic, so, I'm embarrassed to bring this up:
How can one achieve that a page will be browsable within the directory structure it created?
Example: download folder is: c:\site-url\
The index.html will then have this link: c:\site-url\index.html
Assume there is a hyperlink in that page to "mypage.html" which is in the same folder level, i.e. c:\site-url\mypage.html
Instead of linking to that file it will link to c:\mypage.html
In other words, the downloaded files and structure requires to be placed in the root.
That, of course is simple to achieve on a web server, but how could I simply browse the page from the drive of the computer?
BlackWidow scans websites (it's a site ripper). It can download an entire website, or download portions of a site.
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