A Firefox WebExtension to save webpages to web.archive.org

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README.md

This software is a WebExtension to save web pages to the Wayback Machine.

Use

This WebExtension offers four ways to save a page to Archive.org:

  1. Use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Period

  2. Click on the toolbar icon

Save to Archive.org

  1. Save page using the page context menu

Save to Archive.org

  1. Save a link using the link context menu

Installation

Visit addons.mozilla.org

Development

Run/Debug

  • $ cd to project root
  • $ web-ext run --verbose --firefox-binary=... --start-url ...

Build package (XPI)

  • $ cd to project root
  • $ web-ext build

Sign

Signing the source code is required by Mozilla, otherwise the extension will not be installed.

Mozilla will sign the app themselves before publishing it to addons.mozilla.org.

If you want to sign your own version of this extension, follow these steps:

  1. Build your XPI locally (see above)
  2. Create an account at addons.mozilla.org
  3. Follow the website to upload your XPI
  4. You should now be able to download the signed XPI from the website

License

Licensed under the GNU General Public License, either version 3 or (at your option) any later version.