Unrelated Question: Getting Links from Obfuscated HTML?

Hello, this question is unrelated to KM, but perhaps someone can point me in the right direction.

I’m a user of StockCharts, a stock charting platform. I had a script that read the HTML of my chart list, so I could find the URLs for the specific stocks that I own, or watch every day. It worked fine…until the company’s recent update. Now the code doesn’t contain any useful readable code, no links, none of the text that I need to look for.

The code is not purposely obfuscated that I can see, there are no huge blocks of javascript that’s obviously there to keep humans from reading it. I can’t tell how I could access the links, but perhaps they’re in some file I could access?

I can’t think of any way to show the code without being logged in, which is difficult of course. I did download the HTML Chrome shows me (which I normally grab by an outerHTML command in Applescript).

<div id="scc-memdash">
    <div id="dash-body">

Examining the code, it seems that there’s a linked CSS file and the links are “inside here” but I can’t think of how I would access this information. Does anyone have any ideas?

Can you provide a link to the page?