Download [VERIFIED] File Disney .txt
Have been using this basic code to download and store updated sitemaps from a hosting/crawling service, and it works fine for all the XML files. However, the text and HTML files appear to be in the wrong encoding, but when I force them all to a single encoding (UTF-8) there is no change and the files are still unreadable (screenshots attached). No matter which encoding is used, the TXT and HTML files are unreadable, but the XML files are fine.
Download File Disney .txt
After speaking with the sitemap hosting provider (pro-sitemaps.net) it appears that the problem was on their end. The HTML and TXT files I was downloading were being served with the wrong encoding (or something similar to that). Though these files were visible/accessible in the browser from the direct URLs at their service, they were not being served via wget with the right encoding it appears.
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