I'm attaching the discussion with another web ripper developer:
>> Thank you for your email.
>> Unfortunately yes. Each full article webpage contains a link to a dataset webpage. On that page there is an encrypted link to the dataset to download which you need to click the terms and conditions box.
>> So there isn't anything you can suggest?
>> Hi Evan,
>> Thank you for your interest in Web2Disk. I took a quick look at this
>> site and I don't think it will be possible to copy it (if it is
>> possible, it won't be easy).
>> Each time you download an article, do you need to agree to the terms
>> and conditions? If so, then Web2Disk won't be able to copy the site.
>> You can configure it to click a specific textbox (say, if there was
>> only one prompt for the whole site), but there's no way to configure
>> it to automatically tick the other check boxes.
>> The second hurdle with this site is that some of the content is
>> hosted on a different domain (onlinelibrary.wiley.com). You can get
>> around this using Domain Aliases (or Additional Root URLs), but these
>> sites are probably absolutely massive and not practical to copy.
>>> I'm interested in accessing information on a website for which my institution has purchased a licence.
>>> The website is :
>>> I want to download everything, in particular the datasets which are hundreds if not thousands. Then I plan to analyse using statistical software.
>>> The problem is that the links to the datasets are encrypted and in order to download even one you need to tick the terms and conditions box (see attached picture).
>>> Hence I'm not sure a web downloader can download these. If you can provide a solution to this, I will be happy to purchase a licence through my institution.
>>> Best wishes