You can always spider the site (e.g., use Web S. Sucker on the Mac).
Depending on which spider utility you use, you may have to do some
manual editing afterward; Web S. Sucker, for instance, doesn’t rewrite
the absolute path to the CSS stylesheet into relative paths, which means
that you don’t get the nice styled appearance until you do that. Or I
suppose you could pour the spidered content into a local Web server of
your own, to work around that issue.
I find the website to be full of great examples. (wish it were
On Jan 18, 2008 8:16 AM, Anton K. [email protected] wrote:
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