Downloading shopping cart information
|MegaUser||02/18/2011 03:19 pm|
I am trying to download a website including shopping cart information. After I export the data and return to the website offline, the checkout system does not work. Is there a way that I can see the exact clicks that I made (and the pages) so that I can view my purchases that I made online? Even something that would capture the screens in a jpg would work. I understand that unique data is being sent and interpreted by the servers for every item I add to the cart or checkout with. Can I see exactly what shipping info etc. that I entered on those pages up to the very last step of checkout?
|Oleg Chernavin||02/18/2011 03:21 pm|
|Can you let me know the particular site and what exact pages and info you would be interested to save? Clicking Checkout offline will surely not work.
|MegaUser||02/18/2011 03:28 pm|
|This has been a problem with a couple of websites. Suppose I want to purchase a product from Amazon.com. I go to amazon.com, search for kindle, find a kindle and add it to my cart. I can see it in my cart and I click checkout, insert my address and billing information, then after a couple of pages it says thank you for your order. Is there a way in OfflineExplorer that I can save all of the information that I enter in these boxes? That way I can keep track of what websites I paid what on, and what information I entered in when purchasing, etc.|
|Oleg Chernavin||02/18/2011 03:35 pm|
|No, sorry. This information is sent to the server directly and not stored in the web pages at all. This is for security reasons.
|MegaUser||02/18/2011 03:41 pm|
|Is there at least a way to save what the pages look like, not the information like address that I have entered?
For instance, If i added the kindle to my amazon.com shopping cart...can I save it so that when I view it offline it is still in my shopping cart? and then when i click checkout brings me to the page to enter my billing info?
|Oleg Chernavin||02/18/2011 04:01 pm|
|Please try MetaProducts Inquiry:
It gets the info directly from MS Internet Explorer and saves it. Would this work?
|MegaUser||02/18/2011 04:22 pm|
|I would like to save the webpages within Offline Explorer so that I can access them along with the entire webpage. Is there anyway to save some of the checkout/adding things to cart steps?|
|Oleg Chernavin||02/18/2011 04:49 pm|