Offline Browsing

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  1. raw75

    raw75 New Member

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    Hi there!

    Just saw a Video on YouTube demonstrating Offline Browsing with the iPod Touch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ckj9HW2-oOI Wondered how he did that? It would be great to save my Homepage on the Touch and browse through it offline. But only saving it with a prog like Webgrabber and copy it to the webserver directory wasn't really the solution. Apache only shows a blank page or crashes. So, any ideas out there??

    Thanks in advance!!
  2. creativofreelance

    creativofreelance New Member

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    Hi Raw75!

    I have mine running Apache and a bunch of static HTML-CSS-Javascript pages. I work as a web designer and use this to show my portfolio (in case of emergency).

    Just install Apache and copy your pages under /Library/WebServer/Documents

    You can overwrite the Apache's index in this folder, and make your oun.

    When you're done, open Safari and browse to your local IP: http://127.0.0.1

    Regards.
  3. zipezapehape

    zipezapehape New Member

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    Thanks thats really cool.
  4. oriol003

    oriol003 New Member

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    Oh thats awesome all those online appz no we can have them offline

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  5. shortguy088

    shortguy088 New Member

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    how do you save the HTML's? could you possibly write a quick tutorial. it wouyld be gratly appreciated
  6. Bernstein229

    Bernstein229 New Member

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    If you want to save specific pages, if it's in html you can use HistoryDL.
  7. LK4000

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    wow, that's really cool...
  8. Axis

    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Yeah it pretty cool, got it working the other day.

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