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Where can I find a HTML cataloging program?

Asked by webman1 (12points) February 7th, 2008

I’ve posted this in other places and here with no answers in dozens of tries. Does Anyone know of a windows program that will catalog all of your html pages on your hard drive as images? I have over 900 templates of which some come with images in a .psd,.jpg, ,gif,.png, etc file format that allow programs like Piccasa from Google and others to use those images to catalog my images as thumbnails which is awesome but I’m looking for a program that will scan my hard drive and basically take a screen capture of the index pages so I can see the template look and feel without having to open every index file and using something like SnagIT to compose a screen capture? While I’m at, is there one for Flash that’ll do tthe same thing? Any advice from experience?

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VoodooLogic's avatar

there is a firefox extension that will take a web page and save it as a .png

I suppose you could highlight all your files and right click – select open with firefox and then copy to PNG 900 using 900 tabs. organization is a huge problem.

I don’t think there is a demand to meet the task of making such software. You might have to be the first person to build it.

Vincentt's avatar

Well, if you posted it here, why do you think posting the same question again will get you a helpful answer?

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