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- Unable to download some HTML files
April 23, 2004, 6:37 pm
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I am trying to download individual HTML pages useing a program called WGET
on a Linux machine. The WGET fetches typed in URL and stores as source
code into a directory. This works ok for older, unintelligent HTML pages,
but I am having trouble with a newer version.
The URL LINK is as follows.
I send & as hex.
I know all after ? is/are Query String , but am not sure what that means .
ARE they sent as is or are they manipulated by browser software
WGET is sending every thing between second quotes.
I have found no reference in HTML literature to the item in LINK of
and would appreciate a point in the right direction.
Thanks in anticipation.
Replies to firstname.lastname@example.org
Re: Unable to download some HTML files
If you mean you convert it to %26, don't. & has special meaning in URLs (it
separates query parameters), %26 is a literal ampersand.
Sent as is.
That is correct
Class makes a link a member of a group that can be referenced. This is
languages on the server before sending the page to the client). It has no
impact on the URL in the href attribute.
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