If you'd like to save a web site for posterity without the mess of saving the page and all its files, the web-based HTML to PDF Converter can crank out a PDF. The service is pretty straightforward, with a spot to plug in the link to website you want to convert, then click Make PDF and either save or open the file. Out of curiosity I tried non-HTML files from the web, including TXT files and image files like PNG and JPG. The site will convert all of them to PDF, but with mixed results for image files—it appears if an image is larger than an 8.5x11 sheet when "printed" at its native resolution, it gets chopped up. If web-to-PDF is a regular thing for you, try the PDF Download extension we've previously written up. HTML to PDF Converter is a free service and the PDF files it produces are not watermarked or labeled.