Leosghost - 4:56 pm on Apr 11, 2011 (gmt 0)
Don't worry about the "default.html"..404's in themselves are not necessarily ( someone else will disagree with me here no doubt ;-) a bad thing ..as long as you know why you are seeing them ..you can't for example prevent someone looking at your site for grandmageniefromwebmasterworld.html ..but their "looking" would still throw a 404..
Just because the visitor or a piece of "offline browser" software is looking for something ..doesn't mean you have to provide it.
btw ..if you want an offline browser of your own ? look up "httrack" ( not a typo ) ..works on windows or linux ( unless the site is blocking it ) ..installs and configures easily ..and it is entirely free open source with no hidden nasties ;-)
If someone steals your stuff you can often use an offline browser to rip the site of the thief and then you have even more proof that they took your things ..images are harder to use G to search for "dupes" for ..searching for scraped text is really easy by comparison..thieves often forget to lock their own doors and bar their own shutters ..