In other words, you can use SiteSucker to effortlessly duplicate a site’s directory structure and store all the required data with just a few mouse clicks. You only have to type in or paste the URL, hit return and let SiteSucker do the hard work for you.
Simple and clean interface
SiteSucker features an intuitive interface that enables you to start, pause or stop the download process, check the logs, open files and folders and monitor the queue list.
What is more, the History drop down menu helps you view the recently downloaded websites while the Queue button helps you hide or show the Queue slide sheet.
During the downloading process you can view the number of downloaded files and compare it with the remaining files, check the number of encountered errors and even skip unwanted files.
By default, SiteSucker “localizes” the downloaded files and, as a result, allows you to browse the website offline. However, you can configure SiteSucker to download sites without making modifications.
Moreover, SiteSucker comes with support for multiple user settings that you can handle, edit and access from the Settings Manager window. The Settings slide sheet helps you set the default download folder, suppress login dialog, ignore robot exclusions, enable the desired logs, limit the download speed and file size, filter the downloaded files and exclude paths.
By accessing the Preferences window, you can specify the source of bookmarks, set the number of connection for new documents and configure SiteSucker to notify you once or multiple times when all downloads are complete.
Reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on November 5th, 2014
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- Fixed a bug that prevented SiteSucker from downloading to certain folders in Yosemite.
- Fixed a bug that prevented the login dialog from working in Yosemite.
- Fixed a bug that could prevent HTML files downloaded using web views from being saved.
- Updated the Spanish translation.
Application descriptionSiteSucker is an application that automatically downloads web sites from the Internet. SiteSucker does this by copying...