When you have limited access to the Internet and you want to be able to read several articles, you can either save the HTML pages and access them at a later time, or you can rely on a dedicated browser addon called Offliberty.
It can only be installed in Opera 11 or 12, so you first need to make sure you are running a compatible browser version. Next, simply drag and drop the downloaded extension over the main window of Opera.
Once you installed Offliberty, it will add a new button to the browser toolbar in the upper side, so you can easily access it whenever you need it.
In order to benefit from its functions, you simply need to browse the web as you usually do, and the moment you find a site you want to be able to explore even when you are offline, you can press the Offliberty button. At this point, the link you specified will be processed and you can download a SWF file which contains the entire site.
On the downside, it needs to be mentioned that the service still needs some improvements, as there are numerous websites it does not support, so the webpage you require might not be supported.
Additionally, since the output file is a SWF video, it can only be run within a browser that has the Flash plugin installed or using a dedicated third-party app.
All in all, the idea behind Offliberty is very good and it has potential to become quite popular, but this can happen only when they add support for more websites, while also improving the browser extension so it can be installed in the latest versions of Opera.
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