How to save an offline copy of a webpage in Brave

If you want to continue reading web pages without an internet connection, you will need to download an offline copy. Here’s how to do it in Brave.

Downloading a webpage is a quick and easy way to save your favorite content locally on your computer so you can access it offline. Like other web browsers, Brave also lets you download web pages offline.

In this article, we are going to show you how to save a webpage for offline use in Brave.

How to save a copy of a webpage for offline use in Brave

To save a webpage for offline access in Brave, follow the steps below:

  1. Launch Brave and head to the webpage you want to save offline.
  2. Click it three horizontal lines in the upper right corner to open the After menu.
  3. Go to More tools > Save page as…
  4. Specify the location where you want to save the web page.
  5. Click on to safeguard.

Other methods to save a webpage for offline use in Brave

Although the above method is simple to follow, there are two other ways to save a webpage for offline access. Here’s what else you could try:

  1. Right-click the web page you want to save offline, then click the Save as… link. Next, select the location where you want to save the page and click to safeguard.
  2. Using a shortcut is another easy way to download a web page. By pressing CTRL+Syou can select the location to save the copy of the website and click on to safeguard.

The two methods mentioned above eliminate the need to navigate through the After menu. So choose the one that suits you best.

Downloading webpages makes it easier to read offline in Brave

Hopefully now you can download a web page for offline access. Remember that if the website owner updates the web page you downloaded, the downloaded copy will not be automatically updated. You can think of it as a downloaded file that is out of sync with the source.


Like how you can download Brave’s webpage, there are many third-party tools available for you to download the full copy of the website. WebCopy, SiteSucker, and Teleport Pro are some of the handy tools you can try.

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