LearnA bookmarklet to create the HTML5 cache manifest

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writes on October 21, 2011

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With HTML5 it is easy to provide an offline version for a website by creating a cache manifest. The manifest is a file that contains a list of all the assets that makes the website accessible offline. There are several tools that help you build this manifest file and among those is manifestR, an easy to use bookmarklet that can quickly generate the cache manifest.

manifestR bookmarklet

6 Responses to “A bookmarklet to create the HTML5 cache manifest”

  1. Thanks Amit,

    there’s also an associated article going into excruciating detail on the appcahe here

    http://www.webdirections.org/blog/get-offline/

  2. Thanks Amit,

    there’s also an associated article going into excruciating detail on the appcahe here

    http://www.webdirections.org/blog/get-offline/

  3. Yes,I agree.It is easy to use for us.thank you
    http://www.chinahongji.com/product/RotaryDryer.html

  4. Yes,I agree.It is easy to use for us.thank you
    http://www.chinahongji.com/product/RotaryDryer.html

  5. I try to use it on this page and got a js-error:
    “Security error
     if (styleSheets[i].cssRules){” manifestR.js (line 91)

  6. I try to use it on this page and got a js-error:
    “Security error
     if (styleSheets[i].cssRules){” manifestR.js (line 91)

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