Use scrape sections to extract specified parts of a webpage HTML. For example: Product name, price, picture, description, product properties, article text…
1) Select a scrape section in “Content” tab and press Ctrl+F1.
2) Hover over a webpage element in webbrowser (for example – over the product name) and press F4 to search proper entry in HTML code.
3) Select the start of scrape section in HTML code and press F1. Then select the end of scrape section and press F2. After that, you can set the name of scrape section. The HTML between the start and the and will be extracted by scrape section.
The start will be found from the beginning of the HTML code. The end will be found from the position of the start.
If you need to set other scrape section select a new one from the list (changes will be saved automatically). After you set all of the scrape section press button “done”.
To output scrape sections data to scrape result use output template editor. You can drag and drop scrape sections from list (which is located on the left side of “Content” tab) to output template. Or press Ctrl+Right mouse click on header form (above the output template) to make CSV columns more effortless.
Use [CSVCS] in the output template as CSV cells separator (F3 to paste)
Use [CSVLB] in the output template as CSV rows separator (F4 to paste)
To preview scraping result of an URL select URL from URLs list and press Ctrl+F2.
To scrape data from all URLs press F5.