Scrap remote HTML content from pages which don’t support structured data export
The url of the web page which will fetch the content
Optional AuthBasic or extra authentication
Remote call timeout
Tag, ID or Class
A standard jQuery selector to identify the HTML content inside the page
You could use a unique ID selector for a single result, or also a Class/Tag for multiple results
If enabled will be printed also the wrapper identified by the selector
Limit and Offset
If you have a too large amount of results you can display only a subset
If your remote server can’t support an high query load and you don’t need a fresh data for every call, it’s better to enable cache with a max age time, so your site will refresh data only when needed.
Maybe the retrieved info can contain relative links to remote server and images which cause wrong data end errors.
Available fix are:
- Relative links to Absolute
- Target blank to external link
- Lazy images fix
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