I'm trying to find something that is written on one of my pages. It's not on my own Facebook wall, it's on the wall of one of my pages. How can I download the whole webpage so that I don't have to keep scrolling down to find what I'm looking for? Or is there another way?
You can download the entire archive of your Facebook profile by going to Settings and then clicking on
Download a copy of your Facebook data (the last option in the list after
Language). Beware, this will take a long time to download if you have many photos uploaded.
What you're trying to do is a bit unclear to me but if you're looking download the whole webpage, you can just right-click on anywhere on the webpage and choose "Save Page As" (on Firefox), "Save As" (on Chrome) or simply press Ctrl+S and save that particular webpage.
If you remember a certain word or a phrase of what you're searching, just go to that page and press Ctrl+F (both browsers) which brings up the search bar. Then type in in the search space and press Enter.
From their Q&A:
Does it work with Facebook Pages and Groups?
Yes! In your browser's address bar, just replace "www.facebook.com" by "archivedbook.com". This is not an official feature and doesn't work efficiently (yet) on pages with more than thousands of posts.