Use HM WebCopy to copy and save the interesting part of a Web page as HTML file on your computer without annoying banners, ads and navigation elements. Later you can read the saved HTML file offline in piece. The saved HTML file contains a text structure and formatting as similar as possible to those of the original part of the Web page. Optionally HM WebCopy adds the source URL of the Web page and the saving date.
A Web page often contains about 30 % information only. The rest of the Web page consists of advertising banners and navigation elements you are usually not interested in. Browser and offline reader programs always save the whole Web page and optionally all linked Web pages with all images and advertising banners, creating a lot of data trash and wasting much disk space this way. In contrast, using HM WebCopy enables you to copy and save just exactly the information you want.
If you want to copy a story which is divided into a sequence of Web pages, this is very easy too when using HM WebCopy. Just display the Web pages in your browser one after the other, on each page select the information you are interested in and save it with HM WebCopy to the same target folder on your computer. HM WebCopy maps automatically the folder paths of the hyperlinks referring to the other pages of the story so that the hyperlinks of the locally saved HTML files still work well.