There is nothing preventing you from editing that from
the copy that wget
I'm keeping such info only for personal reference, and prefer Word docs,
so no need to keep them in HTML format.
You can edit it with your favourite text editor (vi,
emacs, etc) as HTML files
I remember being pretty good at those editors, long ago and far away.
Then I got sucked into the world of EDLIN, NotePad, MSWrite, MSWord,
GEdit, etc. So, inevitably, my brain turned to mush and I forgot all
there was about those powerful/flexible terminal-based commands and
You can edit it with one of the many web editing
programs, I don't use such
programs but I'm sure someone here can recommend a good one.
I was quite happy with Kompozer for web editing, until one of its
updates started messing up any pages altered, and active support
After =much= searching I finally found SeaMonkey Composer. (I don't use
SeaMonkey for anything else. Too bad Composer isn't available separately.)
Free. Linux compatible. Good switching between WYSIWYG and source code
modes. Lots of features. Currently supported.
It shouldn't be difficult to
write a little Perl program that goes through the output of "wget -r" and then
removes all Adsense codes.
There are many different kinds of items, on most web pages, that are
superfluous to me, so I just copy and paste the "gems" that I am focused on.
Besides, I'm trying very hard NOT to get back into being a computer
techie. Am just doing enough to my system so I can use it as a tool to
achieve non-computing goals.
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