Try "PageSucker." Downloadable for free somewhere on the internet. I have used it successfully on many occasions to download all the files form a site. One can setup filters and selectively download based on file types (mime types).
On Apr 4, 2010, at 8:32 PM, Thatcher Graham wrote:
> If you browse in Firefox, you can use the Firebug plug in to see all the page components.
> Most of this is HTML of course.
> -- Thatcher
> Joel Bresler wrote:
>> Dear friends:
>> Mildly OT, but it does have to do with managing an online sound
>> Can anyone advise of a utility, online or desktop, that will locate all the
>> MP3 files in a given website? There are many "sitemap" services on the web,
>> but the ones I've seen index just the HTML content. Meanwhile, Google allows
>> searching in a particular site for particular file formats, but NOT Mp3's.
>> Thanks in advance for any assistance!!
>> Happy Passover and Happy Easter!
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