How To Create a Firefox Offline Mode Batch File

August 5, 2018   /   by Marco  / Categories :  Business, Software, Technology, TIP AND TRICKS, website

For those of you who don’t know, Firefox has an OFFLINE mode where you can use this to display cached content if the website is down. I’ve managed to create a little batch file that checks whether the website is down and then it loads the OFFLINE website (note you must have previously visited the website). Here’s the batch file:

You can download the above sample batch file here:

The other option would be to manually select OFFLINE in the Web developer but I prefer to launch this batch file when the computer starts to load a particular website.

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