I'm connecting to a web site, logging in.  The website redirects me to new pages and Mechanize deals with all cookie and redirection jobs, but, I can't get the last page. I used Firebug and did same job again and saw that there are two more...
I am navigating a site using python's mechanize module and having trouble clicking on a javascript link for next page.  I did a bit of reading and people suggested I need python-spidermonkey and DOMforms.  I managed to get them installed by I am...
I try to submit a form by Mechanize, however, I am not sure how to add necessary form valuables which are done by some Javascript. Since Mechanize does not support Javascript yet, and so I try to add the variables manually.  The form source:  <for...
I am making a webscraper using perl WWW::Mechanize. My problem is the site that I am scraping is using javascript a bit too much. I am logging in using credentials, Then traversing to custom search using $mech->follow_link(url).  The problem start...
I need to write a Perl script to scrape a website. The website can only be scraped with JavaScript, and the user is on Windows.    I got some way with Win32::IE::Mechanize on my work machine, which has IE6, but then I moved to my netbook which has IE...
I don't know why, but I cant find it anywhere. All i need is the command to disable javascript in python's mechanize....
I'm doing some web scraping and the project is almost done, except for I need to click a javascript link and I can't work out how to with Python and mechanize.  On one of the pages, a list of javascript links appear and I want to follow them...
I'm trying to use python / mechanize to login to this webpage:  http://www.solaradata.com/cgi-bin/mainProgram.cgi  The login form uses a Javascript function that produces an MD5 hash from several field values before submitting the results for aut...
I am trying to scrape URLs from a page that uses JavaScript. Instead of having links on the page, they created onClick events for a number of table rows, whereby, when you click the row, it takes you to the link.  I tried scraping the URLs using Mech...
I'm attempting to write a particular script that logs into a website. This specific website contains a Javascript form so I had little to no luck by making use of "mechanize".   I'm curious if there exist other solutions that I may be...

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