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Monolith - Save HTML pages with ease

A data hoarder's dream come true: bundle any web page into a single HTML file. You can finally replace that gazillion of open tabs with a gazillion of .html files stored somewhere on your precious little drive.

Unlike conventional "Save page as…", monolith not only saves the target document, it embeds CSS, image, and JavaScript assets all at once, producing a single HTML5 document that is a joy to store and share.

If compared to saving websites with wget -mpk, monolith embeds all assets as data URLs and therefore displays the saved page exactly the same, being completely separated from the Internet.

CLI tool for saving web pages as a single HTML file

    monolith [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] (url)

    -h, --help         Prints help information
    -k, --insecure     Accept invalid X.509 (TLS) certificates
    -i, --no-images    Removes images
    -j, --no-js        Excludes JavaScript
    -s, --silent       Suppress verbosity
    -V, --version      Prints version information

    -u, --user-agent (Iceweasel)    Custom User-Agent string

    (url)    URL to download

This snap contains an unmodified build of the upstream source from by Vincent Flyson.

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17 May 2020

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