[Solved] How to extract only certain data with file_get_contents

The best solution is probably to process the $homepage variable after it has been loaded. Have a look at String functions and regular expressions. file_get_contents() supports offset and maxlen options that can be used to control what parts of the file get loaded, but offset has behavior described by the documentation as “unpredictable” when used … Read more

[Solved] How many times a word is present in a web page using htmlagility C#

You could treat the whole page/web request as a string and do something like this: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb546166.aspx It might not be efficient and it would search CSS classes and everything else but it might be a starting point. Else you need to use the agility pack and scrape through each not and check each bit of … Read more

[Solved] Regex for specific html tag in C# [duplicate]

instead of using a regex using something like an xml parser may be more useful to your situation. Load it up into an xml document and then use something like SelectNodes to get out your data you are looking for http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/4bektfx9.aspx 2 solved Regex for specific html tag in C# [duplicate]

[Solved] What would be the appropriate syntax for clicking the “send to” drop down menu? (See image for reference)

Try an attribute = value CSS selector to target the element by an attribute and its value. IE.document.querySelector(“[sourcecontent=”send_to_menu”]”).click Make sure you have a sufficient page load wait before trying to click. As a minimum you need While IE.Busy Or IE.readyState < 4: DoEvents: Wend IE.document.querySelector(“[sourcecontent=”send_to_menu”]”).click You could also use IE.document.querySelector(“#sendto > a”).click 0 solved What … Read more

[Solved] Scraped CSV pandas dataframe I get: ValueError(‘Length of values does not match length of ‘ ‘index’)

You need merge with inner join: print(‘####CURRIES###’) df1 = pd.read_csv(‘C:\\O\\df1.csv’, index_col=False, usecols=[0,1,2], names=[“EW”, “WE”, “DA”], header=None) print(df1.head()) ####CURRIES### EW WE \ 0 can v can 1.90 1 Lanus U20 v Argentinos Jrs U20 2.10 2 Botafogo RJ U20 v Toluca U20 1.83 3 Atletico Mineiro U20 v Bahia U20 2.10 4 FC Porto v Monaco … Read more

[Solved] This code for Web Scraping using python returning None. Why? Any help would be appreciated

Your code works fine but there is a robot check before the product page so your request looks for the span tag in that robot check page, fails and returns None. Here is a link which may help you: python requests & beautifulsoup bot detection solved This code for Web Scraping using python returning None. … Read more

[Solved] how to scrape web page that is not written directly using HTML, but is auto-generated using JavaScript? [closed]

Run this script and I suppose it will give you everything the table contains including a csv output. import csv from selenium import webdriver from selenium.webdriver.common.by import By from selenium.webdriver.support.wait import WebDriverWait from selenium.webdriver.support import expected_conditions as EC driver = webdriver.Chrome() wait = WebDriverWait(driver, 10) outfile = open(‘table_data.csv’,’w’,newline=””) writer = csv.writer(outfile) driver.get(“http://washingtonmonthly.com/college_guide?ranking=2016-rankings-national-universities”) wait.until(EC.frame_to_be_available_and_switch_to_it(“iFrameResizer0”)) wait.until(EC.visibility_of_element_located((By.CSS_SELECTOR, ‘table.tablesaw’))) … Read more

[Solved] Can’t deal with some complicated laid-out content from a webpage

You can take advantage of CSS selector span[id$=lblResultsRaceName], which finds all spans that’s id ends with lblResultsRaceName and ‘td > span’, which finds all spans that have direct parent <td>: This code snippet will go through all racing result and prints all races: import requests from bs4 import BeautifulSoup url = “https://www.thedogs.com.au/Racing/Results.aspx?SearchDate=3-Jun-2018” def get_info(session,link): session.headers[‘User-Agent’] … Read more