You spend your days surfing the Internet and you want to keep a memory of certain pages?

So why not use instead of saving a poor, broken HTML page to your hard drive?

This is handy for taking a snapshot of a web page that might change quickly. I don’t think it replaces a bailiff either, but the copy will remain online ad vitam aeternam and accessible to everyone via a simple URL.

No scripts will be kept, because all saves is a text copy (html) and an image copy of the page.

Here’s the result :

Via , you can also consult all the copies of pages made from a domain name or via a keyword.

In short, a super practical tool that I thought I had already told you about, but that I couldn’t find in my archives. I should have made a snapshot of it :-)))

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