I would like to save a 100%-FLASH
webpage for browsing offline, such that I do not have to connect to the internet at all to view the webpage on my computer. I've looked through many sources with little avail.
By 100%-flash, I mean that the webpage has nothing but ONLY flash on it.
No matter what I try
; saving the page using Save Page As
, the Save Flash program, using the Download Embedded Addo
n; I am unable to save the webpage.
All that I am able to save is this Loader.swf, which is the blue background of the website, even though the website is highly interactive.
I have tried looking through the Firefox cache but I am only able to view the bits of pieces of the website. I am unable to save them at all.
Sidetracking a bit to IE (though IE sucks)
So I ended up looking through my Temporary Internet Files of IE and I managed to find some bits and pieces of the website AND save them, though I am unable to get them to work together. Some of the swf files I managed to recover show me nothing but blank space.
Moving back to the topic, I hoping that this bit of info below can help you better understand the problem.
From looking through my Temp Files, I realized that the website uses a mix of swf, xml, css, jpg and js loaded from a couple of different directories
Does anyone know what to do in this situation in order to be able to save the website? You might want to take a look over here to know what I've already tried but still failed: How can I save the webpage for browsing offline? • mozillaZine Forums