In a surf set you can summarize different parameters.
You can create several surf sets.
The surf mode determines where the resources are loaded from internet or cache archive.
Pages are requested with their URL from the local cache archive in the offline mode.
The whole MM3-WebAssistants cache consists of folders (specified by topics) where the resources of the internet can be saved. The cache archive can get arbitrarily large (except for restrictions of the operating system). It is necessary to use one cache archive at least.
The left column lists the enabled cache archives of the displayed surf set. All other cache archives are listed in the right column.With the following buttons you can manage the archives:
A folder must have read & write access in the column of enabled cache archives. All other folders have only read access. When you are surfing online the HTML pages and other resources are saved in the folder with write access. This folder is marked with a green point.
In the example above, four folders are given: The folder /CacheArchive/ and three folders specified by subject (Hobby, Finance, Job). By exchanging the entries you can compile any number of specific folders, which can also be stored on another storage device, like CD ROM.
If you assign several topic specific surf sets with only one directory, then you can select between these topics by browsing.
Moreover, the MM3-WebAssistant also can be started from a CD ROM. It is not necessary to install the program on a hard disk! Only a virtual machine must have been installed on the computer or in the network.Note
Very long URLs are often used for advertising. You also can be filter the advertising with Surf Set/Filter/Advertising.
All links are marked green to available resources in the cache archive during surfing. So you get a fast summary of all resources, are already archived and thus locally available.
The marking can be used in the mode offline and in the mode online. The marking per default is green or can be defined with a stylesheet.
Only the locally available resources can be shown in this mode. Therefore the markings simplify surfing considerably.
Not available resources can be collected in a list at first.
The marking shows to you, which resources you have already visited. This completes the history function of the browser.
If you are interested in the differences in a page since the last archiving, then you activate this function. When surfing in the on-line mode newly available texts are then marked. The marking per default is blue or can be defined over a style sheet.
Resources are loaded locally into dependence of the settings from the cache archive or the internet. The source can be marked by a style sheet in the HTML tag of the page. The standard marking is made by a color line at the top of page. Four cases are distinguished:
Download HTML pages in advance
Starting out from the currently visible page automatically further links (resources) can be loaded.
These settings determine which and how resources will be archived.
At activation of the option Store resources the files are stored in the directory with access to write.
In addition the download of a file is stopped.
Not relevant resources are loaded and displayed, not saved, however.
Unwanted content is filtered so that there isn't loaded.
To identify users, some web sites use temporary session identifiers in the URL. In the Professional edition additional filters can be adapted to the web site.
The browser communicates with a web server via the protocol HTTP usually. The protocol HTTPS is used for a secure communication. Protocol FTP is used to download big files usually. Sometimes a proxy in addition is still used by your provider or in your local net.
A proxy inserted behind the MM3-WebAssistant can be specified here for the protocols HTTP and FTP.
The fastest data transmission is obtained with protocol HTTP 1.1. This is supported by the MM3-WebAssistant. The browser should also be configured with this option (see Browser Proxy Configuration).The activation is specific of the browser:
You can thus restrict the process of passing data on your browsing habits.
Standard setting causes the browser to transmits the present URL (reference) to the HTTP server by requesting another URL. This setting can be kept, or a reference can only be transmitted if it is in the same domain.
Browser name (User-Agent)
At standard setting, the browser will transmits its name to the HTTP server. This setting can be kept, or you can append an additional name.
If the options is activated, cookies will be transmitted to the browser respectively to the server.
You can archive resources which are transferred with the HTTPS protocol.
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