I want to put in my website a page for about 10 seconds then have it automatically change to the next page is there a html command to do this... thanks in advance... Carl
on 03/07/2010 – Made popular on 03/07/2010
I am extracting information from a website. I designed the code in VBA and found that it is taking too long to execute. So, I have decided to rewrite the code in Unix script. I am extracting a page information using curl command as below.
Now, the variable $page contains the entire page contents in a HTML format.
Hello, I hope someone can help us out: we just renovated our website using web page maker and published all new pages. However, the home page still redirects to the former wordpress platform we used to use, although we have named the new one index too, and used similar names such as Index, index.html, but the default seinforma.ca is still stick to wordpress.
I am extracting certain information from a website using curl command. I need to extract a certain subsection of the string using grep command. For example, using curl command I am getting the HTML page and storing in a variable as below.
I must have accidentally hit some key combination that caused the settings for my document to change, because all of a sudden I went from around page 420 to page 450, and the text no longer fit on the page as previously.
I'm copying pages over from two other documents to this third document.
I am trying to obtain the HTML code of a PHP page (http:// areferee .com/soccer/test1.php?quiz=50&ran=1&t=5) after the page has been processed; I want pure HTML. Is there a Unix command I can use to do this? I have tried wget, GET, curl but I am getting odd behaviour i.e.