|Alec||02/16/2010 11:15 am|
|I need to download part of a site. It spans multiple pages. The first page's link is something like that:
http://www.site.com/#order=9 , the 2nd page is:
http://www.site.com/#order=9&offset=24 , the 3rd page is:
http://www.site.com/#order=9&offset=48 and so on, the "offset" value always increasing by 24 in each subsequent page, except for the 1st one.
How could I download this?
|Oleg Chernavin||02/16/2010 02:17 pm|
|Frankly, this looks strange. Because the # symbol is not a part of a link, but a place inside a Web page. Otherwise you can use URL Macros in the starting Project URL this way:
|Alec||02/16/2010 02:49 pm|
|Thanks, but that wouldn't download the first page (http://www.site.com/#order=9). That is also part of my problem - including it too, not having to download it in a separate project.|
|Oleg Chernavin||02/16/2010 03:13 pm|
|Yes, you should have both URLs in the Project - one per line in the URLs field.