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Emulate an existing web site
« on: Nov 13th, 2007, 12:29pm »
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Hello,
 
I have a client who recently redesigned their website and essentially wants a CD that is a mirror of this site with all products, links, etcetera.
 
I explained that I can emulate the site using CD FrontEnd by using tables in linked pages so that the CD behaves like the site being surfed, but I cannot directly pull the PHP and HTML code from the site and burn it to a CD so that a non-connected person could browse the site.  
 
I believe I could do this in the reverse way by designing a CD and then posting it to a host. I showed him some source code behind an example page to illustrate how a browsed page functions.  
 
Am I correct in this? Is there a tool that would allow me to transfer an existing site to a CD for offline browsing?
 
Thank you.
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Re: Emulate an existing web site
« Reply #1 on: Nov 13th, 2007, 3:41pm »
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no, you can not do this and pull html / php.
all what is php is something that comes by complex programming on the server.
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