Internet Researcher ($59.95)
Offline Commander ($39.95)
Use Offline Commander to automate your browsing tasks.
Offline Commander can automate repetitive browsing tasks. If you are not sure how
to accomplish this with Offline Commander you may contact us with a detailed description
of what you want to do and we will try to provide you with a step by step instruction.
Use Offline Commander to create copies of entire Web sites.
Use Offline Commander to automatically download Web pages, entire Web sites,
or any part of a Web site. Offline Commander will create a browsable copy
of a site on your hard drive.
How to download a Web site
Use Offline Commander as your alternative very FAST browser.
Use Offline Commander as your alternative browser. You can use Offline
Commander to surf the Internet faster prefetching links with a
click of the mouse, remove banners, get rid of annoying pop up windows with
advertisements, and protect yourself from malicious Web sites that open
dozens of browser windows or open another window when you try to exit the browser.
Offline Commander will remember every page you have visited and will let you
find the pages later by keywords. All visited Web pages will be available
offline after you disconnect from the Internet. By default, browser windows
open in tabs inside the main window and do not clutter your desktop with windows.
How to Use the Built-In Browser
Use Offline Commander to browse Web sites offline.
With a few clicks of the mouse you will be able to save tens, hundreds, or even
thousands of Web pages from your favorite Web sites. Offline Commander will
let you browse your favorite Web sites and read articles while you are
on the road or at any other place where access to the Internet is not available.
How to Browse Web Sites Offline
Use Offline Commander to search saved or visited Web pages for keywords.
How many times did you try to get back to a page you have visited before
but forgot the address? Make Offline Commander your primary browser and you
will be able to search through every page you have visited before like you search
the Web using a search engine like Google or AltaVista.
Use Offline Commander to save Web pages.
With Offline Commander you will be able to save Web pages when a
conventional browser will not save them or will save them incorrectly.
Offline Commander can save pages with Flash movies and dynamically
loaded images. Offline Commander is the only tool that can do this.
Offline Commander is particularly useful when you want to save many
How to Save Web Pages with Offline Commander
Use Offline Commander to organize your Web research.
Use Offline Commander or Internet Researcher to build large collections
of Web pages organized by topic. These are not just bookmarks that point
to Web pages that may disappear or move at any time.
Instead, the pages will be saved on your PC in your project file.
Coupled with the powerful search feature this makes Offline Commander
and Internet Researcher ideal tools for Internet research tasks.
Use Offline Commander to download all images from a Web site to your hard drive.
With the help of Offline Commander you will be able to download all images
from a Web site to your hard drive.
How to Download Images from a Web Site
Use Offline Commander to create a static copy of a dynamic Web site.
Some companies use Offline Commander to create a browsable copy of their
dynamic Web site for marketing and presentation purposes.
If your Web site is dynamic (i.e., some or all pages on your Web
site are generated by server-side scripts such as ASP, PHP, Cold Fusion, Perl, etc.)
just copying the source pages won't help. In this case you can use Offline Commander to
create a static copy of your dynamic Web site.
If your Web site is interactive (e.g. uses Web forms to read user input)
you can browse to every page on your site and Offline Commander will
record every response of your Web site in the project database. Offline Commander
You will be able to browse your Web site later on a computer not connected
to the Internet.
How to Create a Static Copy of a Dynamic Web Site
Use Offline Commander to convert your Web site to use relative links instead of absolute links.
If pages on your Web site are linked by absolute links you won't be able
to move the site to another domain. Offline Commander will relink your site to
use absolute links instead of relative links. To do this, download your Web site
with Offline Commander and then export it to the file system.
Use Offline Commander to view directory and logical structure of a Web site.
Offline Commander will show you both the directory structure of a Web site as well
as its logical structure (how pages on a Web site are linked to each other). To view
the structure of a Web site, select a task and click the Structure button on the Task
Use Offline Commander to download Web sites to MS Access database for programmatic manipulation and analysis.
Offline Commander uses a standard MS Access 97 database to store downloaded files.
You will be able to open the database in MS Access (part of MS Office) or access the
database programmatically from Visual Basic, Visual C++, Delphi or any other programming
language capable of working with mdb files.
Use Offline Commander to check link integrity on your Web site.
Though Offline Commander is not a full-blown link checker it will
show you such information as broken links on your Web site, untitled pages,
the total size of your Web site, or the size of a particular page with embedded