First of all we are going to use a nice little tool called Google sites liberation (GSL). If you don't have time to read what is all about this tool I will quote from the User's Guide:
The Sites Liberation import/export tool uses the Sites GData API to allow users to export an entire Google Site as static html pages to a directory on their hard drive.
1. Download GSL locally.
wget -c http://google-sites-liberation.googlecode.com/files/google-sites-liberation-1.0.4.jar
2. Execute GSL
java -jar google-sites-liberation-1.0.4.jar
3. To export google sites data.
If you do use google apps then you will have to fill the fields as follows:
If you don't use google apps then you will have to fill the fields as follows:
Where can you find the webspace? The webspace is usually the latest word in the link. Just take a look at the URL in your browser.
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It doesn’t work. When I entered the information as above, it keeps telling me ” invalid user credentials “, but I am sure the user info is correct.
same here. any help?
Check out an updated fork of this tool: works as of 10/02/2017