Save Webpages Offline As MHTML
The “Save Webpages Offline As MHTML” is a very small but useful extension for Google Chrome and other supported browsers. Users can install it from this link and start saving web pages offline as MHTML file.
How To Use?
Once you have installed it from the above link, you should notice its icon on the toolbar. Click on this toolbar button, and extension would save the current tab as MHTML file on your computer.
Alternatively, you can also use extension’s keyboard shortcut command: Alt + S. Make sure this keys combination doesn’t conflict with any other extension or system command on your computer. You can always change this combination and set a different keys combination by following this tutorial.
Context Menu Option
You can also save a web page by using extension’s option in the context menu (right click menu). For this, right click anywhere on a web page and select the option “Save page as MHTML” as shown in the following screenshot:
What is MHTML?
MHTML is a file format to archive web pages. When you save an online web page to your computer, its components like CSS files, images etc. are generally saved in a folder which is linked with the saved HTML document. But with MHTML, all such components are combined and saved as a single MHTML file along with the HTML document. This simplifies managing and sharing saved web pages. MHTML files can be opened by Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and many other browsers. Firefox doesn’t support this file format. Read more about MHTML on Wikipedia.
This Save Webpages offline As MHTML extension is very useful if you are looking for a simple and quick way to save offline copies of web pages. You can take backup of these saved MHTML files on cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive – and refer them in future if required. This extension is highly recommended for students, researchers, developers and other professionals.
Have any feedback regarding this extension? Leave a comment below or email us at email@example.com. Must rate it 5-stars on Chrome Web Store.
AFAIK Firefox doesn’t support MHTML format, so there is no point of creating Firefox extension. Firefox users should save web pages by using the usual Ctrl + S keyboard command, which saves web pages as HTML file.