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Subject: Clever Parsing update request
Author: Leto
Date: 09/04/2003 03:05
Xavier, what is the name of this feature? I always just call 
it "clever parsing" :p

The following items are on my usual testing page if you want 
to look there. (I was pleased to see redirect pages working 
like v3.20 again!  Intentional? ;)

Sites created with Adobe GoLive often have javascript 
rollover code with the following format:

CSInit[CSInit.length] = new Array(CSILoad,/*CMP*/'button6',
gif",/*URL*/'','Link title');

v3.30-rc15 is unable to find the images.  It is important 
that HTTrack can detect images within this code.

Second thing is just for consideration.  It's a "would be 
nice, but if it's too hard then don't bother.

Word documents saved as web page contain frustratingly crap 
HTML, including:

<!--[if gte vml 100]>
<v:imagedata src="/images/dotwhite.gif" o:title="sport strip 

This is a HTML hack for Internet Explorer.  Because the 
image is within comments tags, HTTrack won't discover it, 
and IE will present a broken image.

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Subject Author Date
Clever Parsing update request

09/04/2003 03:05
Re: Clever Parsing update request

09/07/2003 11:51
Re: Clever Parsing update request

09/08/2003 00:38


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