Wget works just fine for me here. The one problem I see is if you need to
complete a form for entry, session login, then it can be a problem. I solve
that by allowing a no login on our development box behind the firewall.

I'm sure it could be done use a post (php has a post class I believe) since
wget can read url inputs from a file.

What doesn't work on your end?


on 7/15/01 9:59 AM, Clayton Dukes at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> Is there a utility available that will get PHP based websites?
> Wget doesn't do it....
> TIA!
> Clayton Dukes
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