I need my personal blog for my new project and YouTube channel and I’m going to start it over from scratch next month so here is a Wayback machine backup for all of my old GSA SER Tutorials if anyone needs them.
https://en.archivarix.com/ – Is an online wayback machine downloader, website downloader and CMS converter. It works very simple, just enter website URL, download options, your e-mail and wait a little bit. Content can be downloaded from the system in a zip file and installed on your server. For content management, we have developed a free Open Source CMS – It is one small PHP file and does not require any installation or database. See more detail about CMS here – https://en.archivarix.com/cms/ What’s the purpose of it? Firstly – to create your PBN with the unique content found on the Web Archive. When parsing the site, you can set the parameters necessary for the normal use of content as a source of traffic and links. Such as deleting all external links and clickable contacts, removing counters, advertising and analytics, optimizing HTML code and images. Thanks to the Archivarix CMS, you can easily manage, search and replace, edit the site with the WYSIWYG editor, insert your own TDS scripts. It is also possible to work together with any other CMS, for example WordPress on the same domain. Secondly, the system can be used to convert websites created in another CMS or in static HTML to Archivarix CMS. It is also possible to remove all external scripts, counters and advertisements (for example, if the site was on a free hosting).
There’s a forum that I like to read because it has a lot of useful technical information on it. But the site is owned by one person and I’m worried he might retire. I checked archive.org and it appears that the forum is only partially included. Is there a way that I can get the entire forum archived without the site owner’s assistance (I doubt he’d object but he doesn’t seem interested in the effort).
The Wayback Machine (https://web.archive.org) is very useful for finding old versions of websites. Unfortunately, its front page has a bar of horizontally moving images that take a long time to load. Even worse, I can’t use the Wayback Machine over remote desktop because the horizontally moving images take too much bandwidth and suffocate the remote desktop connection.
Is there a way to use the Wayback Machine without loading these scrolling images, or at least stop them from scrolling?
Can the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine be used as a content-distribution network (CDN)?
Aside from the moral problem of stealing bandwidth from an organization I love, would serving a unique file from the Wayback Machine serve the same purpose, and provide the same benefits, as serving that file from a CDNs?
After months of testing in beta we open registration http://archiveorg.download/
Interface is very simple, just enter domain name, choose the date and click save.
Before download website in zip archive you could preview it.