How to capture a web site and use it as .txt or .rtf file?
Thread poster: Christina Clark

Christina Clark  Identity Verified
Denmark
Local time: 15:23
English to Danish
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Jul 17, 2003

I was wondering whether there was any way of capturing a whole web site and use it in Word instead of copying and pasting every single page?

I would like to create a TM of an original web site and its other language equivalent.

Thanks so much for any ideas or thoughts on thisicon_wink.gif
Christina

[Edited at 2003-07-17 08:26]


 

sylver  Identity Verified
Local time: 21:23
English to French
Capturing Web site Jul 17, 2003

CDClark wrote:

I was wondering whether there was any way of capturing a whole web site and use it in Word instead of copying and pasting every single page?

I would like to create a TM of an original web site and its other language equivalent.

Thanks so much for any ideas or thoughts on thisicon_wink.gif
Christina

[Edited at 2003-07-17 08:26]

It's not as simple as it sounds. It all depends on the Web site, and even in the best of cases, making a TM that way is gonna be a pain.

Assuming yours is a static web site, save the pages (in IE, file/save as or View/source, then save) with a txt extension. Replace </p&mt; and <br&mt; by paragraph marks. Then as all you care about is a TM, remove all the code. In many cases, it will be as easy as

Find: \
Replace:
with wildcards on.

When you have source and target files without code, I guess you know what to do.

The solution is not elegant, but it will work with a static content.


 

Jean-Marie Le Ray  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 15:23
Member
Italian to French
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The easiest way... Jul 17, 2003

Hi,

You just need to get Acrobat : capture all your site and save it as .rtf. That's all !
Bye,

Jean-Marie


 


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