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this code change relative links in document to absolute links the code use jsoup library

private void absoluteLinks(Document document, String baseUri)    {
    Elements links = document.select("a[href]");
    for (Element link : links)  {
        if (!link.attr("href").toLowerCase().startsWith("http://"))    {
            link.attr("href", baseUri+link.attr("href"));
        }
    }
}

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You are using the parse method that accepts HTML content. You need to use the one takes a URL instead. Replace

Jsoup.parse("UTF-8", "http://watchout4snakes.com/CreativityTools/RandomWord/RandomWord.aspx");

with

Jsoup.parse(new URL("http://watchout4snakes.com/CreativityTools/RandomWord/RandomWord.aspx"), 4000);
Jsoup.connect("http://watchout4snakes.com/CreativityTools/RandomWord/RandomWord.aspx").get();

Thankyou :) that worked. The first random word it just made for me was error so I got a little confused xD.

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I guess what you want to do is to show each tag name and the content in it. The sample code is like this.

String html="<html><body><div class=\"main\">" + "<div class=\"sub\"> sub </div>" + "main </div></body></html>";
    Document doc=Jsoup.parse(html);
    Elements divs=doc.select("*");
    for(Element div : divs){
        System.out.println(div.tag() + ":\n" + div.toString());
        System.out.println("---");
    }
#root:
    <html>
     <head></head>
     <body>
      <div class="main">
       <div class="sub">
         sub 
       </div>main 
      </div>
     </body>
    </html>
    ---
    html:
    <html>
     <head></head>
     <body>
      <div class="main">
       <div class="sub">
         sub 
       </div>main 
      </div>
     </body>
    </html>
    ---
    head:
    <head></head>
    ---
    body:
    <body>
     <div class="main">
      <div class="sub">
        sub 
      </div>main 
     </div>
    </body>
    ---
    div:
    <div class="main">
     <div class="sub">
       sub 
     </div>main 
    </div>
    ---
    div:
    <div class="sub">
      sub 
    </div>
    ---

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Based on your little piece of code you provided following would extract the temperature. You probably need to amend the code to work with the full HTML. (for simplicity all checks or optimizations intentionally omitted)

Document doc = Jsoup.parse("<span class=\"actual-temp ng-isolate-scope ng-binding\" aria-label=\"Actual Temperature\" data-wx-temperature=\"obs.getTemp()\" data-show-temp-unit=\"true\">\n"
        + "        <!-- ngIf: hasValue() -->\n"
        + "        <span data-ng-if=\"hasValue()\" data-ng-bind-template=\"32\" class=\"ng-scope ng-binding\">32</span>\n"
        + "        <!-- end ngIf: hasValue() -->\n"
        + "        <!-- ngIf: hasValue() -->\n"
        + "        <sup data-ng-if=\"hasValue()\" class=\"deg ng-scope\"></sup>\n"
        + "        <!-- end ngIf: hasValue() -->\n"
        + "        <!-- ngIf: showTempUnit -->\n"
        + "        <sup class=\"temp-unit ng-scope ng-binding\" data-ng-if=\"showTempUnit\" data-ng-bind-template=\"F\">F</sup>\n"
        + "   </span>");
Elements rows = doc.getElementsByAttributeValue("class", "ng-scope ng-binding");
String temperature;
for (Element span : rows) {
        temperature = span.text();
}
System.out.println("temperature = " + temperature);

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