|Steven||09/20/2009 04:42 am|
|Is there any way to download "next page" link but at the same time avoid "most popular" ones while downloading a page. (next page links and most popular links look quite the same, so it's impossible for filters to distinguish them).|
|Oleg Chernavin||09/21/2009 02:37 am|
|I need to see the page with these links to make an advice. Can you post the URL here?
|Steven||09/30/2009 02:15 am|
For example, is it able to download next pages with downloading pages of other articles in the right corner as well as below the screen?
|Oleg Chernavin||09/30/2009 04:41 am|
|Yes, I looked at the page code and it is a simple link. I made a Project with that URL and it loaded the Next/Previous links well.
|Oleg Chernavin||09/30/2009 04:43 am|
|To filter out all other links, you may use URL Filters - Filename section to add the following included keyword:
This is the part of the starting URL:
All pages related to this article have this part in their URLs.
|Steven||09/30/2009 06:06 am|
|The problem is when I'm downloading more than one articles at a time, it'll be impossible for me to do that as each article has a different number in the link. (I set the starting page as the index linking to different articles). Will it be possible to, say, tell the Portable Offline Browser to filter according to different levels.
In the first level (which is the starting page) there will be links like:
and these are the second level
and so on.
Once these links are downloaded, when downloading the third level, filter links according to the links on the second level. (since **** differs each time)
|Oleg Chernavin||09/30/2009 08:31 am|
|I simply can't imagine how to make such filters. Maybe simply setup URL Filters - Directory to load only from starting? This will eliminate articles in other categories.