- ... id ... Do you have an http address that shows the info for all the products? View source in your browser either directly or via cut and paste would likelyMessage 1 of 5 , Nov 2, 2007View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "tigerfairy2003"
> Hello Sheri,
> I need to grab data from my cafepress website. The data is
> information about the products on the website. Um.. I need to
> create a bulk upload file for google since there would be over
> 100,000 products to actually type into the file, which is why I
> would prefer it if I could somehow grab the data. I need to pull
> the following data from the website:
> link title description image_link priceDo you have an http address that shows the info for all the products?
> product_type expiration_date brand condition
> apparel_type size c:category:string c:section:string
> material payment_accepted mpn upc
> I don't know what else to say. Hopefully that helps. There are
> websites that can do this. However, at the moment the API used is
> not functioning and so no one can run feeds on their cafepress
> shops. If I could pull the same information from my website that
> would normally come from the API, then I could run feeds while
> the API is down. Plus it would not be as much of a hassle and I
> could control what information is being grabbed. Got any ideas?
> Thanks :)
View source in your browser either directly or via cut and paste would
likely get an html version into NoteTab. Then edit the file to include
the data and format that Google requires. It would probably be easiest
to use a series of replacements (possibly regex replacements), but
NoteTab's command to strip HTML tags may also help. If this is not a
one-time only task, keep notes and write a clip to automate the process.
- G day, ... products? ... would ... If you have the freeware GrabURL utility (available from freedownloadscenter.com - just Google graburl ), you can easilyMessage 2 of 5 , Nov 4, 2007View SourceG'day,
> Do you have an http address that shows the info for all theproducts?
> View source in your browser either directly or via cut and pastewould
> likely get an html version into NoteTab.If you have the freeware GrabURL utility (available from
freedownloadscenter.com - just Google 'graburl'), you can easily get
the html source for a web page straight into a NoteTab document.
I use the following clip to display a wizard into which I can paste
or type the web page address and get the web page source in a new
^!TOOLBAR New Document
^$GetDosOutput(""C:\Program Files\Misc\graburl" "^?[URL]"")$
It'd be a simple matter to enhance the clip to insert the 'http://'
at the start of the page address if necessary.