Please suggest me a way
We would really love to provide a version of MDN, and parts of it, that you can use offline. But we’ve not gotten round to implementing this yet. For the moment, the only option really is to just save the webpage offline.
I will ask the MDN devs if there is a simple option we could implement to make it available offline. A service worker for example that just saves every page you’ve looked at offline…?
Sorry for late reply. May be yes. I will also have a look at source of these docs and see if I can make an indepent copy of things I need from it
I will download every page and upload it to GitHub for you. Then I will put a link to the repo here in the forum for you. Give me a bit.
@j.arunmani (or anyone else interested), I have been using Zeal just recently, the learning tutorials are actually available in the offline documents.
For CSS, looks somethings like this:
Web technology for developers > CSS: Cascading Style Sheets>CSS reference.
(Click on the bolded part when in Zeal)
Also, if you are having trouble with the “Content Rendering Error” in Zeal,
GitHub offers a solution here.
For Linux users, you will need to change those filepaths to use
/ instead of
Then remove listed file.
I already have Devhelp, is it possible to use that instead of Zeal?