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740Re: [xenu-usergroup] Filter URLs

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  • Tilman Hausherr
    Oct 10, 2007
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      You don't need the wildcard version if you just want to exclude
      something that starts with

      https://my.own.site/first/removepage

      The wildcard version does not support "\" or regular expressions. The
      best would be to enter

      *removepage*

      in the exclusion list.

      Tilman

      On Wed, 10 Oct 2007 18:49:37 -0000, markus_liebelt_82 wrote:

      >Hello all together,
      >
      >I have read the posts to the topic filtering, but have not found what
      >I expected. So I want to reach the following:
      >
      >1. We have a lot of small web sites, that all start with https://
      >my.own.site/, the web sites themselves are then https://my.own.site/
      >first https://my.own.site/second ...
      >2. There are special actions that I want to filter all the time. All
      >of them have a '?' in the URL for the parameters.
      >3. I only want to check the consistency of one of the web sites, not
      >of all.
      >
      >So the filter should do:
      >Include: https://my.own.site/first
      >Exclude: https://my.own.site/%5b-first]
      >Exclude: https://my.own.site/*\?*
      >
      >I have downloaded xenuwild2.zip which allows to specify not only the
      >beginning, but the whole URL with wild cards.
      >
      >Is there a way to reach what I want to do with Xenu? It is a fabulous
      >tool, but without this feature, it would be too dangerous to use it
      >(https://my.own.site/first/removepage?pageID=xyz).
      >
      >Bye and thank's for a fine tool
      >
      >Markus
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >Yahoo! Groups Links
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      >
      >
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