I searched, but couldn't find any a post about this...
Some sites (e.g. google) return Content-Encoded=gzip and/or Transfer-Encoded=chunked text.
In OpenSTA I cannot see any html to create unique verifications of the page returned.
A problem is a difference between what is perceived and what is desired, that
we want to reduce (Dewey 1933)
Well, I mistated the problem.
I can of course get the source html from a browser view~source. But when I run the script, OpenSTA does not uncompress or un-chunk the return so I cannot parse out verify statements...
Well, as a temp workaround, I commented out "Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate^J" for the site. This gets me HTML to verify, but I suppose that it now creates more load on the network and less on the server...??