1. Open a web browser.
2. Open the page you would like to copy.
3. Open a seconds browser tab and in the url type: data:text/html, <html contenteditable>
– This should have opened an editable notepad on your browser
4. Go back to site in step 2. Press CTRL + A to select all and CTRL + C to copy all content.
5. Go back to the notepad you opened in step 3. Press CTRL + V to paste all content.
– Vuola …. all the content has been pasted to your notepad, ready to be edited and saved.
6. To save your copied/edited version of the page, right click “save page as”
Works like magic !!!
Today 19th June, Facebook has been down for over 8 minutes already. For the past minutes, the domain was not even found, browser returned a page not found. Now, after few minutes, the domain seems to be back up BUT still the site is down. Atm, the page returns a facebook interface with “Oops… something went wrong”. Wonder how long this will take to fit. Thousands of businesses depend on facebook to be up and running, how much will the loss add up to?
For the rest, hold on to your selfies until Facebook is back up! 🙂
Facebook is back up after approximately 30 minutes down time, no messages or explanations are given, the site is simply up as if it never happened.
There can be different reasons why this happens, however what I needed to do to fix this was:
Check for and remove any nested web.config files with authentications and full settings in.