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How to Save Webpages for Offline Viewing with Firefox

Saving web pages for offline viewing has never been so easy. The latest version of Firefox web browser already includes an option for this purpose. You can save a web page its entirety (with the images, graphics and links it contains) in a couple of clicks. The procedure is explained below:

Open Firefox and navigate to the webpage you want to save. Click on the Menu button > Save Page (Ctrl +S):


Choose a location to save the file, a filename and next to Save as type select Web Page, complete:


The Save Page option is missing from Firefox's menu? Click on the Customize button and then drag the Save Page icon from the Tools and Features pane to an empty space of the main menu. Click on Exit Customize when done:
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