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freeav8
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fastviper
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Re: Search of HTML Source File of webpage.... HELP!

Post by fastviper » Mon Mar 28, 2011 8:39 am

Write a javascript macro for firefox, that extracts and compares field against keyword.
If results are interesting, have the script to poke your backend server with ajax.
The backend does the rest: plays mp3 (must write a widget for that with remote connection api) and sends a SMS.
Some serious programming work before you, good luck!

With iMacros Scripting Edition, you could do it a little easier (no ajax, directly take action after replay).

As a side note I'd recommend building an Arduino solution (USB widget) instead. It's more fun and easier than programming windows.
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Re: Search of HTML Source File of webpage.... HELP!

Post by freeav8 » Tue Mar 29, 2011 4:09 am

fastviper,

Thanks for the reply!

I don't anything about ajax, backend servers, or Arduino... but thankfully there's Google! Through brute force :twisted: (haven't programmed since college 22 years ago) and Rockstar energy drinks, I'll figure it out.

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

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Re: Search of HTML Source File of webpage.... HELP!

Post by MattBell7 » Thu Apr 07, 2011 3:30 pm

it depends on exactly what you want to extract, and if you want to actually extract it.

If you just want to know a a particular word is on the page, then i can think of about 3 ways you might do it.

if you want to know if one of a number of words is on a page, then again a different solution.

you'd need to provide more info, and preferably an example, for people to be able to help

(extraction is easy, check the wiki, but the way i read this, you don't actually need to extract)
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Re: Search of HTML Source File of webpage.... HELP!

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