How-To Geek

Offline Browsing

Offline browsing is a feature available on most modern web browsers wherein the user can access the web browser’s cache and browse the pages there as if they were actively connected to the original web server. Offline browsing is most useful with static pages with completely embedded content–many modern web pages are modular and call many of their design elements in a fashion which does not translate cleanly or smoothly into offline browsing.

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