Firefox download manager recursive ?

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Can the download manager of Firefox work algorithmically?

Is it capable of recursive download?

I mean transferring all the links to a particular page, and transferring the links contained in the pages to every page?

I want to basically represent the entire address list tree by following hyperlinks. Like the -r possibility of wget?

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Firefox download manager recursive ?

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Hello,

Firefox download utility alone doesn’t have that functionality, however there are various add-ons for firefox which would enable you to mirror websites.

SpiderZilla is one such utility which helps you mirror websites. You could find others in the add-ons section in the firefox website.

You may follow the link mentioned below

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/

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Firefox download manager recursive ?

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Downthemall is a Mozilla Firefox add-on dedicated to doing this task. Download and install Downthemall add-on. After that,

Firefox will prompt you to restart the browser. Click on the restart notification or manually close Firefox then launch again. You see, when you right-click on a link, Downthemall option is already added to the list of options.

Click on it to start downloading links, videos, or images.

Other ways of using this add-on can be found by typing about:downthemall on the address bar of Firefox browser and it will bring you to the video tutorial page.

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