Website downloader. How to choose the files limit?

Our Website downloader system allows you to download up to 200 files from a website for free. If there are more files on the site and you need all of them, then you can pay for this service. Download cost depends on the number of files. How to find out how many files are really on the website and how much it will cost to download them?
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Regular expressions used in Archivarix CMS

This article describes regular expressions used to search and replace content in websites restored using the Archivarix System. They are not unique to this system. If you know the regular expressions of PHP, Perl, Java or other programming languages, then you already know how to use our search and replace. If not, we hope this article helps you.
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Simple and compact Archivarix CMS. Flat-file CMS for downloaded websites.

In order to make it convenient for you to edit the websites restored in our system, we have developed a simple Flat File CMS consisting of just one small php file. Despite its size, this CMS is a powerful and versatile tool for working with your sites. All the basic features of any CMS are available in it, as well as special features for webmasters creating PBNs based on content restored from the Web Archive.
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Best Wayback Machine alternatives. How to find deleted websites.

The Wayback Machine is the famous and biggest archive of websites in the world. It has more than 400 billion pages on their servers. Is there any archiving services like Archive.org?
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How to download an entire website from Google Cache?

If the website was recently deleted, but the Wayback Machine didn't save the latest version, what you can do to get the content? Google Cache will help you to do this. All you need is to install this plugin -

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How to recover deleted YouTube videos?

Sometimes you can see this "Video unavailable" message from Youtube. Usually it means that Youtube has deleted this video from their server. But there is an easy way how to get it from the Wayback Machine. Firstly, you need a Youtube video link. It looks like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vpS_-nN3JM  The last symbols after watch?v= is a code of the video.
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How to hide your backlinks from competitors?

If you are making a PBN (Private Blog Network) , then you probably didn’t really want other webmasters to know where you get your backlinks. A large number of services are involved in backlink and keyword analysis, the most famous of which are Majestic, Ahrefs, Semrush. All of them have their own bots that can be blocked. One way is to write Disallow rules for these bots in the robots.txt file, but then this file will be visible to everyone, and this may turn out to be one of the footprints by which you can identify the website as a part of your PBN competitor backlink analysis.
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How to restore websites from the Web Archive - archive.org. Part 3

Choosing “BEFORE” limit when restoring websites from archive.org. When domain expires, domain provider or hoster’s parking page may appear. When entering such a page, the Internet Archive will save it as fully operational one, displaying the relevant information on the calendar. If you restore a website from the calendar by such a date, then instead of a normal page will see that mentioned parking page. How can I avoid such a problem and find out the working date of all website pages in order to restore it?
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How to restore websites from the Web Archive - archive.org. Part 2

In the previous article we examined archive.org operation, and in this article we will talk about a very important stage of site restoring from the Wayback Machine that relates to domain preparation for restoring. This step gives confidence that you will restore the maximum content on your website.
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How to restore websites from the Web Archive - archive.org. Part 1

Web Archive Interface: Instructions for the Summary, Explore, and Site map tools. For reference: Archive.org (Wayback Machine - Internet Archive) was created by Brewster Cale in 1996 about at the same time when he founded Alexa Internet, a company that collects statistics on website traffic. In October of that year, company started archiving and storing copies of web pages.
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How to transfer content from the Wayback Machine (archive.org) to Wordpress?

By using the “Extract structured content” option you can easily make a Wordpress blog both from the site found on the Web Archive and from any other website. To do this, firstly find the source website and then in one of our download tools "Restore A Website" or "Download A Website" check in "Advanced Options" - "Extract structured content". After that enter all your data ( email, timestamps, etc. ) and start downloading.
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How does Archivarix work?

The Archivarix system is designed to download and restore sites that are no longer accessible from Web Archive, and those that are currently online. This is the main difference from the rest of “downloaders” and “site parsers”. Archivarix goal is not only to download, but also to restore the website in a form that it will be accessible on your server.

Let's start with the module that downloads websites from Web Archive. These are virtual servers located in California. Their location was chosen in such a way as to obtain the maximum possible connection speed with the Web Archive itself, because its servers are located in San Francisco. After entering data in the appropriate field on the module’s page https://en.archivarix.com/restore/, it takes a screenshot of the archived website and addresses the Web Archive API to request a list of files contained on the specified recovery date
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Latest news:
2020.02.14
New Friday, new updates!
A lot of new and useful was done in Archivarix CMS:
- In Search and Replace, you can now filter by url date.
- Now external links from all pages of the site can be deleted with the click of a button. Anchors are preserved.
- The new ACMS_SAFE_MODE parameter, which prohibits changing the Loader / CMS settings and loading custom files, is also prohibited from importing import settings and custom files.
- The JSON settings files for the Loader and CMS can now be downloaded to your computer and downloaded to the CMS from a file on the computer. Thus, the transfer of settings to other sites has become even easier.
- Creating custom rules has become more convenient, there are often used patterns that you can choose.
- New custom files can be created in the file manager without having to download the file.
- The url tree for the main domain always comes first.
- If you hide the url tree for the domain / subdomain, then this setting is saved while working with the CMS.
- Instead of two buttons, open / collapse the url tree, now one that can do both.
- Creating a new URL was simplified and when creating, you can immediately specify the file from the computer.
- In the mobile layout, the main working part comes first.
- After each manipulation of the file, its size is updated in the database.
- Fixed buttons for selective history rollbacks.
- Fixed creating new urls for subdomains that contain numbers in the domain name.
2020.02.07
New portion of updates!
There is no need to change anything in the source code of the files.
- Now you can upload sites to the server by uploading to the server only one script from our Archivarix CMS.
- In order to change something in the CMS settings, you no longer need to open its source code. You can set a password or lower limits directly from the Settings section.
- To connect your counters, trackers, custom scripts, a separate "includes" folder is now used inside the .content.xxxxxx folder. You can also upload custom files directly through the new file manager in CMS. Adding counters and analytics to all pages of the site has also become convenient and understandable.
- Imports support a new file structure with settings and the "includes" folder.
- Added keyboard shortcuts for working in the code editor.

These and many other improvements in the new version. The loader has also been updated and works with the settings that the CMS creates.
2020.01.23
Another mega-update of Archivarix CMS!

Added very useful tools that allow the click of a button:
- clean all broken internal links,
- delete missing images,
- set rel = "nofollow" for all external links.

Now additional restores can be imported directly from the CMS itself. You can combine different restores into one working site.

For those who work with large sites or use poor hosting - all actions that previously could stop at the timeout of your hosting will now be divided into parts and automatically continue until they are completed. Want to make a replacement in the code of 500 thousand files? Import several gigabyte recovery? All this is now possible on any, even very cheap hosting. The timeout time (by default, 30 seconds) can be changed in the ACMS_TIMEOUT parameter.

Our loader (index.php) now works on both http and https protocols, regardless of the build parameters. You can force the protocol by changing the value of the ARCHIVARIX_PROTOCOL parameter.
2020.01.07
The next update of Archivarix CMS with the addition of new features. Now any old site can be correctly converted to UTF-8 with the click of a button. Search filtering has become even better, because results can be also filtered by MIME type.
2019.12.20
We have released the long-awaited Archivarix CMS update. In the new version, in addition to various improvements and optimizations, a very useful feature has been added for additional filtering of search results and full support for the tree structure of URLs for recoveries with a large number of files. For more details, see the Archivarix CMS script change log.