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Subject: Re: httrack option queries.
Author: Xavier Roche
Date: 10/19/2003 15:48
> 1. the -r is a path level. Can i specify a click level?.

No, no, -r is the click level (number of clicks, from the 
TOP index (index.html))

> Can i tell 
> httrack to load prerequisites(meaning it will get all 
> necessary to load the home page correctly but wont get 
> pages beyond -r3.

If you need *only* the homepage, use filters (Options/Scan 
rules) without any depth value:
-* +*.gif +*.jpg +*.png +*.css +*.js

> 2. Say i download using N3. All files will 
> stored in output dir web/. Now i delete some unwanted 
> from web/. Can i use -x and get httrack to point the 
> url to a default error page?.

No - the only way to "delete" (exclude) files is to use 
scan rules:**

And use "Continue an interrupted mirror"

> 3. Can i set my own error page insted of using httracks 
> error page.

This is not yet possible - as pages are downloaded AFTER 
links are being resolved (and written to the original html 
file) ; but it may be added in the future

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