I have a website located, say, at
http://www.abc.com. I need to make it available at, say,
http://www.cde.com. I tried to download the site using wget, but encountered two problems:
- There are many internal absolute links. Wget can convert them to relative links, but I would feel safer if I had them converted to root-relative links insted (ie.
../../mypath/myfile) or to absolute links in the new location (
- The site intensively uses scripts for navigation, so some paths look like
http://www.abc.com/index.html?p=123, etc. wget downloads and saves them in files like
index.html?p=123, index.html?p=456, etc. It is suitable for offline viewing, but I expect that in the new site the scripts would work, so I would only need to have an
index.htmlfile (plus requisits, csses, scripts, but I think I already know how to download them)
I know that I can simply delete the spare files with "?" in the file names, but I would prefer to avoid unnecessary downloads in the first place
How can I solve these two issues?