Save a complete page into a single HTML file
SingleFile helps you to save a complete page (with CSS, images, etc.) into a single HTML file.
1) Getting started
- Wait until the page is fully loaded, you may need to scroll down the entire page to be sure all elements are loaded.
- Click on the SingleFile button in the extension toolbar to save the page.
2) Additional notes
- Open the context menu by right-clicking the SingleFile button in the extension toolbar or on the webpage. It allows you to:
* save a tab,
* or a selected content,
* or a frame content,
* or selected tabs,
* or unpinned tabs,
* or all tabs.
- The context menu also allows you to activate the auto-save of:
* the current tab,
* or unpinned tabs (only in the context menu of the webpage),
* or all tabs (only in the context menu of the webpage).
- With auto-save active, pages are automatically saved every time after being loaded. The period of time to wait before saving the page can be configured in the options page.
- Check the option "auto-save on page unload" in the options page to auto-save the page before being unloading instead of after being loaded.
- Right-click on the SingleFile button and select "Options" to open the options page.
- To save multiple tabs, select them first and click on the SingleFile button.
3) More info
See the extension help in options page for more detailed information about the options, technical notes and known issues.
Project on GitHub: https://github.com/gildas-lormeau/SingleFile
4) Troubleshooting unknown issues
Please follow these steps if you find an unknown issue:
- Reset SingleFile options.
- If resetting options did not fix the issue, try to disable all other extensions to see if there is a conflict.
- If there is a conflict then try to determine against which extension(s).
- Please report the issue with a short description describing how to reproduce the issue, Browser version, OS name and version here: https://github.com/gildas-lormeau/SingleFile/issues.
Suggestions are welcome :)