Tips of filtering webpages

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Tips of filtering webpages

Postby MSteward » Mon Jun 12, 2017 10:15 am

Morning.

I read the material about site analysis, but if I'm filtering pages can you give me some hints please?

Thanks
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Re: Tips of filtering webpages

Postby eValid » Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:57 am

MSteward wrote:Morning.

I read the material about site analysis, but if I'm filtering pages can you give me some hints please?

Thanks


Thanks for asking MSteward.

Here is the section of the Site Analysis preferences where you can select string filters:

http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... tring.html

The defaults shown on this picture are themselves a good starting point.

Look at visible text only...because otherwise you get matches on all sorts of stuff inside the page's HTML and JavaScript that may confuse you.

10 matches per page and context plus or minus 25 bytes ought to serve most purposes.

If you switch to regular expression matches (R.E.) be careful about the R.E. you use...the wrong choice will give you too much data...or none at all.

Have fun scanning!


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