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Web SnakeWeb Snake can Search, Grab, and Retrieve Internet files, webpages, graphics, and email addresses Fast!
WebSnake is the world's most powerful off-line browser designed exclusively for Windows Platform. In addition to off-line browsing, WebSnake is unique in that it uses our proprietary "intelligent pull" technology to search and retrieve files from the World Wide Web. For example, WebSnake supports website mirroring (including directory structure), retrieval of e-mail addresses, site maps and advanced file search. Unlike most of our competitors, WebSnake also supports the industry-standard File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Best of all, WebSnake is easy-to-use! Our friendly WebSnake Wizard will take you through the process of creating and running a WebSnake project from scratch. Just select one of five project types, provide a URL and WebSnake will do the rest! Off-line Browsing Project -- WebSnake's Off-line Browsing Project can copy a remote website to your hard drive for local viewing through a web browser. Off-line browsing makes web surfing faster since most files are directly accessed from your hard drive instead of the Internet. Mirroring Project -- The Mirroring Project lets webmasters and web designers copy a remote website, including the complete directory structure of the site. Snake E-mail Addresses Project -- With the incredible E-mail Addresses Project, you can copy e-mail addresses referenced in a website's HTML files. These e-mail addresses can later be exported into a comma or tab delimited file. Site Map Project -- The powerful Site Map Project can build a map of the HTML files referenced from a starting address/URL. This is useful if you wish to know the structure of a remote website. Search and Retrieve Project -- The Search and Retrieve Project will search for HTML files that contain defined keywords. Or, you can search and retrieve files by looking for keywords in the filename and/or by file type. WebSnake can also automatically download any files found by the search.