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    Site Map

    Is there a script that will grab all the pages from the site, and create a site map?
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    A script!? I seriously doubt it. Where would you put/run the code to dl an entire web site!?

    I have NOT tried any of the following...just found them with an advanced Google search. So, you're on your own if you use any of them...

    Free trial -- http://www.esalesbiz.com/extra/

    See both Link Viewer and eXactMapper Lite:
    http://www.williamlogan.org/Freeware...SiteTools.html

    Also found eXactMapper Lite at the bottom of this page (w/ screenshots):
    http://www.exacttrend.com/
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    Thanks... My site has over 200 pages atleast, and I didnt want to have to create the entire sitemap by hand, if possible.

    Thanks again!
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    You can do it with Scripting.FileSystemObject, I assume you're still using ASP. Check out the sticky thread in the asp forum.

    You can also do this with IIS...
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    Ya, of course, ASP is the best

    But the site I am doing, their host doesnt support ASP, so im doing it pretty much all with Javascript.
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    Hmm... good luck then.
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