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WebWader is a tool to automatically and thoroughly browse a Web site. In a first stage, it scans the pages stored in the site, building a tree of HTML pages. Then this tree is traversed automatically and each page is displayed by a browser. This application is especially useful for Webmasters who want to redesign a site without risking to forget one or more files in a complex hierarchy.

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Recent releases

  •  18 Jun 2001 15:49

    Release Notes: More browsers are now reachable from the WebWader, including NeoPlanet, Opera, and XBrowser. The documentation was updated, and bugs were fixed.

    •  22 Jan 2001 12:22

      Release Notes: This new version works with seven browsers: Mozilla, the Unix version of Internet Explorer, Galeon, SkipStone, and (using RMI) with the Java browsers NetClue, IceBrowser, and HTMLWindow.

      •  04 Dec 2000 08:14

        Release Notes: This release allows co-operation with Konqueror and Amaya.

        •  13 Nov 2000 09:35

          Release Notes: The application (formerly webOrama) has been renamed WebWader, and now includes the ability to save current settings, improved frames handling, and implementation of reading and writing Web site descriptions under an XML format.

          •  23 Oct 2000 09:19

            Release Notes: This release includes support for connection to Emacs/W3, cosmetic changes to the GUI, automatic removal of temporary files, a mini navigation board, type-specific hiding, encoding/decoding URL improvements, lots of bugfixes, and GNU compliant installation.


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