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makes noise, hears sounds, intafon.
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Here is an applescript solution for grabbing the html code from a page online. This is particularly handy if you are trying to grab the code from a page that you need to login to. I am sure there is a much better solution out there, but this one seems to work for me ok.

-- Define the page to save the document and the url
set the pageFile to "/Users/yourUserNameHere/Desktop/safariSource.html"
set the pageUrl to "http://www.plasticstare.com/"

-- define the applescript to run

tell application "Safari"
   activate
   make new document at end of documents
   set URL of document 1 to pageUrl
end tell

set web_page_is_loaded to false
--check if page has loaded
repeat
   delay 0.5
   tell application "System Events" to tell application process "Safari"
      if (name of static text 1 of group 1 of window 1 as text) begins with "Contacting" or (name of static text 1 of group 1 of window 1 as text) begins with "Loading" then
         -- do nothing
      else
         exit repeat
      end if
   end tell
end repeat

tell application "Safari"
   set siteSource to the source of document 1 as text
   set theFile to open for access (pageFile) as POSIX file with write permission
   set eof of theFile to 0
   write siteSource to theFile
   close access theFile
end tell