I wanted to download a webpage along with it's assets and scripts, I tried using Chrome's Save as... option but it wasn't working as expected.

I did a little googling and thought of using wget to do the job and it worked. Here's the command I used:

wget -p -k -H --nd https://www.example.com


Let's see what do those flags mean:

• -p: Downloads all the necessary files to properly display the downloaded HTML page.
• -k: After the download is complete, it converts the links in the document to make them suitable for local viewing.
• -H: This would download files that spans different hosts.
• --nd: While retrieving files recursively, it will not create a hierarchy of directories and downloads the files into a single directory instead.

If you open index.html directly on the browser, the assets might be broken as the -k flag doesn't seem to make the assets relative to the root directory. In order to view it, you can view it on a localhost server like WAMP, XAMPP or if you are using Python, you can type python -m http.server and view your downloaded file.

Might be a bit messy but gets the job done.