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Save an entire web page—including images and styling—as a single HTML file.

SingleFile is an add-on for Firefox Desktop and Mobile that helps you to save an entire webpage including images, styling, frames, fonts etc. as a single HTML file. Getting started
  • Wait until the page is fully loaded.
  • Click on the SingleFile button in the extension toolbar to process and save the page.
  • You can click again on the button to cancel the action when processing a page.
Demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVvTmcwxvmc Additional notes
  • Open the context menu by right-clicking the SingleFile button in the extension toolbar or on the webpage. It allows you to save:
    • the current tab,
    • the selected content,
    • the selected frame,
    • the selected link(s).
  • Select "Annotate and save the page..." in the context menu to:
    • Highlight text,
    • add notes,
    • remove content.
  • You can also process multiple tabs in one click and save:
    • the selected tabs,
    • the unpinned tabs,
    • all the tabs.
  • The context menu also allows you to activate the auto-save (after pages are being loaded) of:
    • the current tab,
    • the unpinned tabs,
    • all the tabs.
  • Right-click on the SingleFile button and select "Manage extension" to open the options page.
  • Enable the option "Misc. > save to Google Drive" to upload pages to Google Drive.
  • Enable the option "Misc. > add proof of existence" to prove the existence of saved pages by linking the SHA256 of the pages into the blockchain.
  • You can use the customizable shortkey Ctrl+Shift+Y to save the current tab or selected tabs.
  • And more!
More info FAQ: https://github.com/gildas-lormeau/SingleFile/blob/master/faq.md Known issues: https://github.com/gildas-lormeau/SingleFile#known-issues See the extension help in the options page for more detailed information about the options. Project on GitHub: https://github.com/gildas-lormeau/SingleFile Suggestions are welcome :)