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Old 01-29-2009, 08:01 AM   #1
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Question wget recursive with additional php arguments

Hi guys, Hope you are all well.

I want to do a recursive wget with php arguments.

Say a page is normally called page.php?whatever, but i want to get rid of the sidebar with page.php?whatever&showside=false and its all good, but all of the links from that page point to
instead of

Is there any way i can script a recursive wget that appends the string &showside=false to any links/requests?

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