RE: SUMMARY: saving websites to CDs + search engine

Subject: RE: SUMMARY: saving websites to CDs + search engine
From: "Erika Yanovich" <ERIKA_y -at- rad -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 08:33:45 +0200

Thanks, Len. We used to build CDs out of websites, but now the task will be different as the web pages are created on the fly by a content management app (databased). Haven't dealt with such an animal yet. Any guidance will be appreciated.

On a related note, do you have experience with
I bought some licenses of their first version, but wasn't happy with their solution. I wonder if you guys have used the newer versions and found it useful.


<To copy raw HTML to a single, searchable file, use Acrobat's "File >
Open Web Page > Get Entire Site". Acrobat Catalog can create a
searchable index as
long as the client has Acrobat Reader Plus Search.

I have a PDF and CHM library wrapped in a slick HTML/Java interface. So,
I must copy the sub-site to a folder with altered relative links. I am
currently evaluating these three tools:
HTTTRACK seems like the best of the bunch so far.

There are plenty of outfits that build searchable CDs for you. I prefer
to the work myself, but there are few tools available. SPY-CD seems to
be the only tool I could find:>


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