The SingleFile browser extension for Safari is sure to lend a hand.
A practical option for archiving web content that may need to be re-referenced at a later date. Not only can SingleFile for Safari back up images, CCS styles, and actual HTML content into one file, the completely free Safari extension can also back up targeted subsets of visited websites.
In addition to saving the current Safari tab (which must be fully loaded once before using the extension), it is also possible to save selected areas, frames or highlighted web links.
Also save with annotations
In addition, SingleFile for Safari can also be used to secure the opened web page with additional annotations. If you select the corresponding option in the context menu of the extension, text areas can be highlighted, selected parts of the page can be removed and you can add your own annotations. In addition, SingleFile for Safari can be configured to back up selected tabs automatically.
It’s best to try it out for yourself to see if the download is worth it for your application. The Safari extension is only 5 megabytes in size and can be downloaded in addition to the Safari version from the Mac App Store in correspondingly optimized versions for Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Firefox for Android. The extension can also be used as a universal extension on iPhone and iPad.
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Developer: Gildas Lormeau