This is an example:
<a href="/AFI~V4126109~C33107~R0~OF25~N/0/70910848/78153709/78153710/78153713/34853741/34850750"onMouseover="imgAct(`exit`)"onMouseout="imgInact(`exit`)"><img src="/images/discexitn.gif" alt="End Session" border=0 vspace=0 hspace=0 name="exit"></a>
I was thinking of some ways to get around this, and wondered if any of them were available:
1)Is there some way to prevent for example the first 5 links on each page from being followed (the header is always the same)
2) Do a regular expression match on the the line a url is on to exclude or include it based on a match
3) an extension to preprocess and modify the page being downloaded so I could strip the offending links off before OE processes it? (perhaps I can find a proxy server that does such things)
Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
This tells OE to ignore any logoff links.
Press F12 on the Project Properties dialog for more additional commands.
Oleg - Any chance of documenting each command ? (eg. What it does, When to use, etc.)
If this is the case then it should be trivial to fix, and I`m sure Oleg will oblige in the not to distant future.
If only other software developers were like Oleg and released fixes within a day or two (where possible), the world would be a much happier place:o)
"IgnoreLogoutLinks simply filters out all links with logoff logout expire or signoff words (in the entire URL - server, directory or filename part). "
So it would appear that IgnoreLogoutLinks should also search for "End Session" and "Exit" when trying to determine what constitutes a logoff link.
Even better would be a way to customize the keywords used by IgnoreLogoutLinks. eg. maybe through a textfile or registry key. If this file/registry key is not present, then the default list of keywords ("End Session" and "Exit" to be included) will be used, otherwise the keywords in the file/registry key will be used by IgnoreLogoutLinks.
This could also be extended to other commands, where necessary.
The logout/account links are in a table at the start of the html. I would guess would be fairly common for links such as logout. That is why an option to skip the first n links could be quite useful.