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I want to save a web page in a text file, automatically by using PHP or JavaScript
Posted 20-Mar-10 0:07am
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Solution 1

I don't do PHP ( I think it's rubbish ), so I waited to see if you'd get a better answer, but....

javascript isn't going to save a file for you, it doesn't do that. You don't say if you want to save the full HTML, or some sort of text representation, but you make the browser save a file by setting the header for the response to tell it that it's an attachment, then you can push whatever text you want down to the browser.
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Solution 2

Do you mean save the output which is sent to the browser?

You can do this using Output Buffering[^] and saving the buffer as a text file.

This Tip/Trick[^] shows how to save the output.

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