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A data hoarder’s dream come true: bundle any web page into a single HTML file. You can finally replace that gazillion of open tabs with a gazillion of .html files stored somewhere on your precious little drive.
Unlike the conventional “Save page as”,
If compared to saving websites with
wget -mpk, this tool embeds all assets as data URLs and therefore lets browsers render the saved page exactly the way it was on the Internet, even when no network connection is available.
Via Homebrew (on macOS and GNU/Linux)
$ brew install monolith
Using Snapcraft (on GNU/Linux)
$ snap install monolith
$ git clone https://github.com/Y2Z/monolith.git $ cd monolith $ make install
The guide can be found here
$ monolith https://lyrics.github.io/db/P/Portishead/Dummy/Roads/ -o portishead-roads-lyrics.html
-c: Ignore styles
-f: Exclude frames and iframes
-F: Omit web fonts
-i: Remove images
-I: Isolate the document
-k: Accept invalid X.509 (TLS) certificates
-o: Write output to file
-s: Enable silent mode
-t: Adjust network request timeout
-u: Provide custom User-Agent
HTTPS and HTTP proxies
no_proxy environment variables.
Please open an issue if something is wrong, that helps make this project better.
Monolith Chrome Extension: https://github.com/rhysd/monolith-of-web
Personal WayBack Machine: https://github.com/popey/pwbm
Keep in mind that
monolith is not aware of your browser’s session