To download a webpage ( its html file and other files needed by it),
wget seems to mirror the directory structure of the files of the webpage on the website server
When in a web browser (e.g. Firefox or Chrome), by hitting Ctrl-s, we creates a html file and a directory named something like
..._files which contains all needed files by the webpage, and change the links to the needed files in the html file accordingly.
I wonder if the second approach can be done in command line by some program? Can
wget do that? Can Firefox or Chrome be used from command line?