Webpage Saver QED Webpage Download Tool

Webpage Saver QED is a tool for downloading webpages and their associated content to your hard-drive. It is one of the quick and easy to use download utilities found in the QED collection.

Screenshot of Webpage Saver QED

Simply drag and drop a webpage address onto the Webpage Saver interface and the webpage will appear in an appropriately named folder on your desktop; along with associated files and other content.

Webpage Saver QED is one of three download utilities in the QED collection: To download images from a webpage gallery, try Gallery Grabber QED. To download a sequence of files such as images or videos, try Link Sequence Downloader QED.


Downloading Process

Drag and Drop

The Webpage Saver QED drop area accepts webpage addresses from:



Webpage Saver QED has been tested with the following Web Browsers:

Browser Comparison

While creating Webpage Saver QED I evaluated the webpage saving features of a number of browsers. Here are some of the problems I identified with some of the different browser save methods and how I deal with them in Webpage Saver QED.

Browser Methods Webpage Saver QED Method
Saves webpage only (content not available, often webpage will not display as intended - especially for offline viewing) Saves webpage and content (content available, page looks good for offline viewing)
Saves webpage and content in a proprietary archive (makes content difficult to access, page becomes inaccessible to other browsers and programs) Saves webpage and content in a folder (page and content easily accessible to all browsers and relevant applications)
Saves webpage with an associated content folder at the same level (webpage can become easily disassociated from separate folder) Saves webpage and content in the same folder (easier to manipulate a single folder, than a file and a separate folder)
Saves webpage with original extension (many file extension from the web don't match with system applications such as browsers) Saves webpage with the html extension (treated as a standard webpage by Finder and opens with your preferred Browser)
As a first resort saves the file with the original filename (creates many indistinguishable files with names like index.html) As a first resort saves the folder with the original page title (much more likely to give relevant insight to the content)