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You can do this on the web server by sending the correct HTTP headers for those content types. See the W3C HTTP cache control rules. The most important header for your scenario is: Cache-Control: no-cache This directive alone should be enough to ensure no proxy or user agent will cache the content. For Apache, use mod_headers to send cache directives ...
Right click on the page and click Save as.... Then make sure that Web Page Complete is selected in the drop down. This will save the page and the files used by the page.
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