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  1. #1
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    HTTrack question

    I tried to copy an entire website. But it seems HTTrack is not able to receive the php and javascript code from the other end. Which makes the website not respond correctly. Is there any way to make the code work? The whole website is okay its just a slider and a javascript pop up that isnt working. Anyone can help me on this?

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    You can't copy anyone's website if they are using any sort of server-side scripting, such as PHP. The same reason you can't view any of the PHP scripts that are being used on this website, which is used to dynamically create the HTML for everything you're viewing now. Javascripting can be read, since it is just like a text file and executed on your browser (not server-side). But, you probably are dealing with a combination of PHP and Javascripting (AJAX), so that's where things go awry.

    How about you create your own unique website. That would be less rude than copying/scraping someone else's website. And it would not infringe on any copyrights, in which you've probably already crossed that line.



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