A Content Filters question
|kevork kevorkian||06/29/2006 01:15 am|
|<p class="contentHead1" xmlns:mbp="http://apache.org" xmlns:idx="http://www.w3.org" xmlns:msxml="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:xslt">Bibliography</p>
I have a string that contains both HTML tags and plain text. I want to skip downloading the documents that include it. What settings do I have to choose for optimal performance? Does the checkbox "Search inside HTML tags" allow searching outside them also? Can I use only this part of the string " xslt">Bibliography " instead? Does a document have to be downloaded entirely in order to be parsed or OE quits downloading when it encounters the string to be filtered? Those files are huge and I'd like to download the least possible part of them.
|Kevork Kevorkian||06/29/2006 07:10 am|
|How can I escape the quotation mark character in
When entering it in the Content Filter?
|Oleg Chernavin||06/30/2006 04:02 am|
|Yes, you need to use Search Inside Tags - it will look in the entire HTML file - inside and outside tags.
Regarding quotes - please try the following: