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    offline content handling

    Hello

    May be I can receive an advise here regarding my problem.

    I want all my websites to be accessible by customers when they are offline.

    Basically I have a list of URL's I am providing to my customers I want they machines to store all the copy's of my sites on they machines locale and to be able to search via this content when they offline.(And the content will occasionally synchronize based on they configuration)

    What is the best way to do this? I prefer all of it happening automatically.

    The only idea I had to download some site grabber open source application and to tweak it to my needs.

    any ideas?

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    you may also send them a CD.

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    That one is tough. I've been working on something like this but haven't yet sent it out into the world to see how it is received. I wrote a little script in PHP using the CURL module that does the mirroring. Part of the trick is that I have a sitemap in XML that is generated by a server side script. I had to use PHP because of the site's authentication but you might do better with an HTML Application.
    “The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.”
    —Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web

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    what kind of content?

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    That is a good idea especially if you would be able to execute it. Your best bet is send them cd or some sort of newsletter.

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    here is a good article about the subject.

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