Interesting project! But not I had in mind. I’m looking to archive the actual 
pages, so I can refer to them (and possibly extract information from them).

Alex

On 13 January 2017 at 15:25:43, Schmitz Fuhrig, Lynda (schmitzfuhr...@si.edu) 
wrote:

Check out https://webrecorder.io/  




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On 1/13/17, 2:43 AM, "Code for Libraries on behalf of Alex Armstrong"  
<CODE4LIB@LISTS.CLIR.ORG on behalf of armstr...@amicalnet.org> wrote:  

>Has anyone had to archive selected pages from a login-protected site? How  
>did you do it?  
>  
>I've used the CLI tool httrack in the past for archiving sites. But in  
>this  
>case, accessing the pages require logging in. There's some vague  
>documentation about how to do this with httrack, but I haven't cracked it  
>yet. (The instructions are better for the Windows version of the  
>application, but I only have ready access to a Mac.)  
>  
>Before I go on a wild goose chase, any help would be much appreciated.  
>  
>Alex  
>  
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