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BackStreet Browser - A high-speed, multi-threading website download and viewing program.
Overview | Interface and Control | Main Menu | Main Toolbar | Status Bar | Project/folders tree context menu | File list context menu | Getting Started | Creating a New Project | Project Properties | Project Properties Load | Project Properties Load Example | Project Properties FileFilter | Project Properties URL Filter | Project Properties URL Filter Example | Project Properties Connection | Starting and Resuming Download | Interrupting Download | Saving and Copying Project | Project Properties Others | Other Capabilities | Working with Workspaces | Search By Keywords Config File | Search By Keywords | Web Directories Configuration File | Working with Web Directories | Setting Up RAS Connection | Batch Processing: Working with URL Lists | Using Regular Expressions | FAQ
Assume you are working with a project whose primary URL is http://www.xyz.com/product/milk/. In its Internet location the site www.xyz.com has directories and HTML pages with the following URLs:
10 . http://www.xyz.com/product/milk/baby/
11 . http://www.xyz.com/product/milk/baby/page1.htm
If the option "Follow only subfolders" is checked at the page "URL filter" of the Project properties dialog then during the download BackStreet Browser will not go to any folder other then http://www.xyz.com/product/milk/ (the project's primary folder, as stated in the beginning of this example) and its subfolders. The URLs listed above in the items 1-6 and 8-9 will not be downloaded.
If the option "Follow to any folder" is checked then BackStreet Browser will go to both directions from the folder http://www.xyz.com/product/milk/ - down into subfolders as well as to the folders of upper levels (all the items listed above will be downloaded).