|dingzhengyu||11/20/2016 09:55 am|
how can download the page like that?
<img src="pics/ray-finned.JPG" alt="ray-finned fishes"></a>
i use offline explorer 7.3
|Oleg Chernavin||11/20/2016 09:56 am|
|Try to enable HTML Forms exploration in the Project Properties dialog - Parsing section. Then redownload the site.
Would this help?
|dingzhengyu||11/22/2016 02:23 pm|
but i have another question
HTML like that:
<a hreflang="en" href="/en/crabs/brachyura/eubrachyura/heterotremata/aethroidea/belliidae-6836">
<span><img src="/data/45x30/icons/Aethroidea.png" alt="Belliidae"></span>
It will download http://en/crabs/brachyura/eubrachyura/heterotremata/aethroidea/aethridae-6848
But it may download like:
|Oleg Chernavin||11/22/2016 07:52 pm|
|Thank you for reporting the problem!
Here is the fixed version:
Please redownload the site after installing it.
|John||12/24/2016 07:17 am|
|i came from this:http://forum.metaproducts.com/Post.aspx?ID=10074
when i right-click the unexisted image and click the "download this link with OE" button ,it shows the same situation as this reply.
for example, the it will show http://a/b.gif , but the true website is http://www.xyz.com/a/b.gif
the opsetup.exe offered in this reply is the same situation as OEE.
|Oleg Chernavin||12/24/2016 07:24 am|
|It looks like Offline Explorer didn't recognize that HTML code as a link and didn't correct it to a relative link form. Most probably it is because some script.
I hope the Project backup would shed some light and allow me to fix this issue.