Saves the current web page as one file with all external dependencies (style, script, images) downloaded and inlined
Saves a complete web page as one file with all external dependencies (scripts, stylesheets, images) inlined into the page.
Useful if you want to test clientside script or style on any device without having to host it. Most browsers offer a Save option that puts all dependencies in a separate folder, but many devices cannot work with this. If you're testing commercial software you might not want to host it in a publicly available place.
It's also useful to compute the footprint of your page: how much data does a first time visitor have to download?
Note that while an inlined page can still connect to JSON or XML webservices, the inlined page does not persist security information or sessions so you may run into authentication issues.
* Removed invalid characters from filename when saving the inlined page
* Major rewrite for speed improvement
* Added options page
* Fixed problems that were preventing certain webpages from being inlined
* Renamed to Page saver
* Fixed: img tags without src attribute caused the inlining process to fail
* Fixed: @import statements in stylesheets weren't processed
* Fixed: url() and @import statements in already inline stylesheets weren't processed
* Fixed: page output was saved with incorrect character encoding
* Fixed: prevented process from halting when any resource couldn't be downloaded
* Fixed: url() references in CSS that contained certain characters were not inlined
* Fixed: url() references in CSS were not inlined
* Fixed: pages without external resources were not being saved
* Added: meta tag with source URL and timestamp
* Added: activity indication while inlining resources
* Changed: source URL is used to create filename
* Initial release