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Old 2nd January 2015
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how can i mirror this site 1 to 1

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www.icy-veins.com
i have used this flags

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wget -mkEpnp www.icy-veins.com
the site is white with no color

and when i go to this adress

Code:
www.icy-veins.com\hearthstone\arena-mage-tier-lists-goblins-vs-gnomes.html
and i drive with my mouse over the entry "Mechanical Yeti" no picture is shown what i have done wrong?

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The wget application is third party -- it's an application from GNU. If you find you don't get application-specific assistance here at this forum, you might try reaching out to to wget mailing list -- this is the only official support channel for the wget application, according to GNU.

If you feel this is a problem that is specific to OpenBSD's port of wget, rather than wget itself, you can report it to the OpenBSD ports@ mailing list -- the port does not have a specific $MAINTAINER assigned at this time to contact.
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ok thanks

is there any software on unix that can handle my problem?
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This is not an OpenBSD problem, but due to the page design.

When you hover a link, it does an AJAX request:

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GET http://www.hearthpwn.com/cards/522/tooltip?disable-webm=1&callback=window.CurseTips['hearth-tooltip'].handleTooltipData
Returning JSON with the HTML to be rendered:
Code:
window.CurseTips['hearth-tooltip'].handleTooltipData({"Type":"cards","Id":522,"Tooltip": "<img class=\"hscard-static\" src=\"http://media-Hearth.cursecdn.com/avatars/147/429/522.png\ ..."
wget doesn't parse Javascript, and has no way of knowing about these links, and thus won't download the images.

You need a browser engine with Javascript, I'm not aware of any frontends that are wel suited for mirroring pages, but they probably exist. At least you know where your problem is & where to start looking for a solution ;-)
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thank you very much now i know why it dont work
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