Google Chrome lets you download full web pages for offline viewing. You can save only the basic HTML code or additional items (such as pictures) to completely recompose a page without the need for an Internet connection.
Saving a Web page
Start Chrome, and then navigate to a Web page that you want to save. Click the menu button, and then click More Tools> Save Page As. Alternatively, you can use Ctrl + S (Command + S in macOS) to open the Save As … dialog box.
Save the page, and then choose either "Web Page, HTML Only," or "Website Full" from the drop-down menu. The former retains only the content that can be accessed later (text and formatting) while the latter stores everything (text, images and additional resource files). If you want to access the entire page offline, select the Full option.
The webpage will be downloaded like any other file with its progress at the bottom of the Chrome window.
To open the web page, navigate to the folder and double-click the file to open it.
After you finish the Web page, you can safely delete it from your computer.
Create a link for Web pages.
Saving a page is suitable for offline viewing It's great for articles you might want If you later use them, you can also create quick links to specific websites right on your desktop, which is better for when you're online, and works well for web applications that you use on a regular basis You can even set them to run in full windows.
A link to a webpage is the same as any other link already on your desktop.The main difference between creating a link and saving a page is in that you use a link for pages that you visit on a regular basis (for example, h owtogeek.com), and not for a specific article or static page that you want to keep for offline viewing. If you're just trying to save a page for quick access, you'll want to create a shortcut on your desktop instead.
Start Chrome and navigate to the site you want to save to your computer's desktop. Click the menu> More Tools> Create Shortcut.
Give the shortcut a custom name if you want. You can also select the "Open as a window" check box to open the site in a separate window instead of the Chrome browser. This opens the page in a new window without tabs, omnibox, or bookmarks bar. It's great for web apps because it gives them a very native, app-like feel.
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