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OK, from "read the html", it sounds as if you want to see the HTML documents that were downloaded (or uploaded).

Wireshark should show you the entire HTML document in the packet details window - there should be a "Line-based text data: text/html" entry below the "Hypertext Transfer Protocol" entry - but, if you want to get the HTML into a file, "use Wireshark to extract http objects from a capture" might work.

Open the capture file with Wireshark and select File > Export Objects > HTTP.... That should show a window with a list of packet numbers, host names, content types, sizes, and file names. Select one of them and click "Save"; it should give you a file dialog that lets you select where to save the file (HTML, GIF, JPEG, etc.).