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As Beverly indicates, there probably isn't a really straightforward way to do this. If you save the WebDirect page as HTML from the browser's File menu, the resultant source can be messy and rendering unpredictable (as you've seen). And it may also have dependencies on WebDirect resources you wouldn't have access to via PHP.
One roundabout way you could try (just to get a headstart on page look and feel) would be to save/print your WebDirect layout as a PDF (using new 16 feature). And then use one of the various online PDF to HTML converters on it. You'd have to edit the results (e.g. add 'contenteditable' attribute to <div> tags for fields and such). But it might give some ideas for constructing the custom web page. Just did this with a very simple WebDirect layout. And it wasn't too bad.