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It should be

doc.select("span:contains(Studios) + a[href][title]");

of I assume that span is common element for list header.

So basicly this selector gets all span elements that contains text Studios and then gets 1 level children a elements having attributes href and title

Just in case, given selector will select only one link and in span More universal could be

*:contains(Studio) > a[title]

and that means - take every a element that has title attribute and is direct children of any (*) element that contains test Studio. Contains takes into account all text from descending children as well. For text of specific element :textOwn is used.

Ok that seems to make sense but if I try Elements studio = doc.select("span:contains(Studios) > a[href][title]"); for(Element link : studio){ System.out.println(link.attr("title")); } Nothing prints out.

my bad didnt read html well. it should be + insteed of >

Perfect! Thanks a lot!

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Is this a programming question? If you're looking for a pre-made Java file or something to do this, you're in the wrong place. If you're looking to write something like this, then you could just search for instances of text that begins with a href=/" and ends with /">, and then you could just check the href value, and if it's a relative path (that is, starts with /), you can just add the other text to the beginning.

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Elements pgElem = doc.select("div.thumb").select("div.meta").select("[data-track]");
        Elements ownerElements = new Elements();
        for(Element element:pgElem){
            if(!element.getElementsByAttributeValueContaining("data-track","owner").isEmpty()){
                ownerElements.add(element);
            }
        }
doc.select("div.thumb").select("div.meta").select("[data-track=owner]")

Thanks. Any idea why the documentation says "[attr=value]: elements with attribute value, e.g. [width=500] (also quotable, like sequence")" Is this for non-string attributes? source: jsoup.org/cookbook/extracting-data/selector-syntax

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You can definitely use Jsoup the way you do it to find the correct element.

To get the attribute information, there is no simple way to do this using only Jsoup. You can get the attributes by calling the Element.attributes() method in Jsoup, but as far as I know you will have to use a regex matcher to select the information you want.

You can set up a regex lookahead and lookbehind pattern that will check for occurences that matches your pattern.

Pattern p = Pattern.compile("(?<=border-right-width:1px;)(.*)(?=;width:140px;)");

This pattern will look for all characters that are between border-right-width:1px; and ;width:140px;

Going from this, the code below should produce your desired result:

Pattern p = Pattern.compile("(?<=border-right-width:1px;)(.*)(?=;width:140px;)");
String elementInformation = "";
for (Element elem : names) {
    if (elem.text().contains("Montag")) {
        Matcher m = p.matcher(elem.attributes().toString());
        elementInformation = elem.text() + " -> ";
        while(m.find()){
            elementInformation += m.group();
        }
    }
}
System.out.println(elementInformation);
Montag -> left:57px

You can modify the for each loop and parse the same information for all elements, though it

for (Element elem : names) {
    if (!elem.text().contains("Zeit")) {
        Matcher m = p.matcher(elem.attributes().toString());
        elementInformation += "\n";
        elementInformation += elem.text() + " -> ";
        while (m.find()) {
            elementInformation += m.group();

        }
    }
}

and you'll get:

Montag -> left:57px
Dienstag -> left:197px
Mittwoch -> left:337px
Donnerstag -> left:477px
Freitag -> left:617px

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You could do this with String.replaceAll() and a regexp that matched on

<a href="/
html = html.replaceAll("<a href=\"/", "<a href=\"http://www.google.com/\"");

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Your selector already select element having a specific value for those 3 attributes. So the element has at least 3 attributes. But if it has exactly 3 attributes, then those are the ones you specified.

for (Element el: doc.select("table[width=100%][cellpadding=0][cellspacing=0]"))
    if (el.attributes().size() == 3)
        // Do something
Document doc = Jsoup.parse(
    "<table width=100% cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>OK</table>" +
    "<table width=100% cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 height=100%>NO</table>");

for (Element el: doc.select("table[width=100%][cellpadding=0][cellspacing=0]"))
    if (el.attributes().size() == 3)
        System.out.println(el.text());
OK

hahaha! simple technique! just messing around with the basics and there you go a wonderful solution! i should have thought of this myself!! well, thanks a lot!! just learning so many new things!! thanks a lot!

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To get the birdman portion of the link, just use the following:

Elements authors = doc.select("a");
for (Element author : authors) {
    Log.d("POC", author.text());
}

The "a" retrieves all links. After that you can just use the .text() like you said to retrieve the value.

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Ah sorry didn't know there were also other types of links on the site. Still odd it doesn't return the member links since it worked for me with different types of links. Did you try just using [hovercard-ref]?

ya I tried that too. :/ I also just updated my question with the full block of relevant code in case you see something that I overlooked

Hmm. Just throwing things out here now but try "._hovertrigger", since Jsoup also works with classes that might do the trick.

tried that as well :P both dont return anything.

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Selvin answered it in the comments. I wasnt getting the source correctly and it was causing errors. http://pastebin.com/xfUQkGw0

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Not tested, but what about something like

...
    Elements studio = doc.select("a[@title='Kyoto Animations']");
    ...

The problem is if it's a different show on the website, it wouldn't necessarily be Kyoto Animation. "Studio:" is consist on other pages, so I want to find that, then pull the specific studio ie Kyoto Animation in this case.

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If you parse it using xmlParser it won't add the additional values. For example:

String html = "<!DOCTYPE html>" +
                "<html xmlns:og=\"http://opengraphprotocol.org/schema/\" xmlns:fb=\"http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml\" xmlns=\"http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml\" xml:lang=\"en\" lang=\"en\" class=\"SAF\" id=\"global-header-light\">" +
                "<head></head>" +
                "<body>" +
                "<div style=\"background-image: url(http://aka-cdn-ns.adtech.de/rm/ads/23274/HPWomenLOFT_1381687318.jpg);background-repeat: no-repeat;-webkit-background-size: 1001px 2059px; height: 2059px; width: 1001px; text-align: center; margin: 0 auto;\">" +
                "<div style=\"height:2058px; padding-left:0px; padding-top:36px;\">" +
                "<iframe style=\"height:90px; width:728px;\" /></div></div></body></html>";

Document doc = Jsoup.parse(html, "", Parser.xmlParser());
System.out.println(doc);
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html xmlns:og="http://opengraphprotocol.org/schema/" xmlns:fb="http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en" class="SAF" id="global-header-light">
 <head></head>
 <body>
  <div style="background-image: url(http://aka-cdn-ns.adtech.de/rm/ads/23274/HPWomenLOFT_1381687318.jpg);background-repeat: no-repeat;-webkit-background-size: 1001px 2059px; height: 2059px; width: 1001px; text-align: center; margin: 0 auto;">
   <div style="height:2058px; padding-left:0px; padding-top:36px;">
    <iframe style="height:90px; width:728px;"></iframe>
   </div>
  </div>
 </body>
</html>

You could first get the remote file as a String and then use the rest of my code as normal:

String url = request.getParameter("htmluri").trim(); 
System.out.println("Fetching %s..."+url); 
String xml = Jsoup.connect(url).get().toString();
Document doc = Jsoup.parse(xml, "", Parser.xmlParser());
Parser.xmlParser()

can you let me know how you will modify this code to match your suggestion String url = request.getParameter("htmluri").trim(); System.out.println("Fetching %s..."+url); Document doc = Jsoup.connect(url).get();

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this code change relative links in document to absolute links the code use jsoup library

private void absoluteLinks(Document document, String baseUri)    {
    Elements links = document.select("a[href]");
    for (Element link : links)  {
        if (!link.attr("href").toLowerCase().startsWith("http://"))    {
            link.attr("href", baseUri+link.attr("href"));
        }
    }
}

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Thank's his, I used the HTMLUnit and It worked. The problem was the javascript. So, I tell the HTMLUnit to waitForBackgroundJavascript and I can get the values now. But how can I force the Jsoup or Jericho to wait for the javascript. Can you use Jsoup or Jericho to do this, can't I?

Here is the code tha I used: final WebClient webClient = new WebClient(BrowserVersion.FIREFOX_3_6); webClient.setAjaxController(new NicelyResynchronizingAjaxController()); webClient.waitForBackgroundJavaScript(10000); final HtmlPage page = webClient.getPage("submarinoviagens.com.br/Passagens/); webClient.waitForBackgroundJavaScriptStartingBefore(10000);

I don't know about Jericho but Jsoup parses static HTML, i.e. the HTML that may be output by HtmlUnit after running the Javascript. But you can do the extraction with HtmlUnit, you don't need Jsoup then.

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You are using the parse method that accepts HTML content. You need to use the one takes a URL instead. Replace

Jsoup.parse("UTF-8", "http://watchout4snakes.com/CreativityTools/RandomWord/RandomWord.aspx");

with

Jsoup.parse(new URL("http://watchout4snakes.com/CreativityTools/RandomWord/RandomWord.aspx"), 4000);
Jsoup.connect("http://watchout4snakes.com/CreativityTools/RandomWord/RandomWord.aspx").get();

Thankyou :) that worked. The first random word it just made for me was error so I got a little confused xD.

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You can retrieve the style attribute of the element and then split it by :.

final String html = "<th style=\"text-align:right\">4389</th>";

Document doc = Jsoup.parse(html, "", Parser.xmlParser()); // Using the default html parser may remove the style attribute
Element th = doc.select("th[style]").first();


String style = th.attr("style"); // You can put those two lines into one
String styleValue = style.split(":")[1]; // TODO: Insert a check if a value is set

// Output the results
System.out.println(th);
System.out.println(style);
System.out.println(styleValue);
<th style="text-align:right">4389</th>
text-align:right
right

this is the solution i had finally imagined but in a different way. Thank you @wartai for your help.

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Document doc = Jsoup.connect("http://sports.163.com/13/0830/22/97IFSI5I00051CD5.html").get();

**Entities.EscapeMode.base.getMap().clear();**

Elements elements = doc.select("textarea[id^=photoList]");

for(Element e:elements){
    System.out.println(e.html());
}

Could you explain a bit?

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The website uses JavaScript to populate all of the values you are trying to parse. You will have to use a library that can compute the javascript within the page. Not sure if there is one though.

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Jsoup will clean up your HTML content while parsing and also It can handle your HTML though its not well-formed. Try to dump the html after parsing i.e, Document.html() and check the dump if your discarded elements are eligible for your select clause.

Here you go, try this out, I'll explain you things if this works!!

public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException
{

    try
    {
        Map<String, String> cookieMap = new HashMap<String, String>();
        cookieMap.put("day1host", "h");
        cookieMap.put("d1.loginity.mark", "1");
        cookieMap.put("hostid", "-1314014314");
        cookieMap.put("__qca", "P0-2042580316-1371938383086");
        cookieMap.put("cd1v", "OOhB");
        cookieMap.put("c29", "1");
        cookieMap.put("__utma", "210074320.280144312.1371938377.1371938377.1371938377.1");
        cookieMap.put("__utmb", "210074320.4.10.1371938377");
        cookieMap.put("__utmc", "210074320");
        cookieMap.put("__utmz", "210074320.1371938377.1.1.utmcsr=(direct)|utmccn=(direct)|utmcmd=(none)");


        Document document = Jsoup.connect("http://www.4shared.com/get/i-EbooI0/batman_hd.html")
        .userAgent("Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/27.0.1453.110 Safari/537.36")
        .followRedirects(true)
        .cookies(cookieMap)
        .get();
        //System.out.println(document.html());
        //System.out.println("====================================================================");
        Elements elements = document.select("input[type=hidden]");
        for (Iterator<Element> iterator = elements.iterator(); iterator.hasNext();)
        {
            Element element = iterator.next();
            System.out.println(element);

        }
    }
    catch (Exception e)
    {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }

}

Im not sure if the below pattern is same for all theURL's you are trying.

There is a site redirection from /get/i-EbooI0/batman_hd.html to android/i-EbooI0/batman_hd.html. While redirection its sending out 2 cookies in response to the 1st request.

No hidden fields in the <body> yet. Confirm this looking into the Elements tab.

http://www.4shared.com/get/i-EbooI0/batman_hd.html

Now you have the required Hidden fields in the <body>.

Im performing Step 3 directly in the code.

If you observe the same behavior for other URL's as well then you have to write the code to catch the cookies of a Response and then pass them in the subsequent Request until you get the desired Hidden fields.

I need to get every "hidden" value in this document=view-source:4shared.com/get/i-EbooI0/batman_hd.html. This is Chrome's source of the webpage. JSoup does not give me all the Hidden values. What am I missing? I previously tried Doc.html() and it did not help

Reading from the URL directly
Saving the Browser(Chrome) content to html file and reading from that html

Because the specific hidden field I am looking for is ommited in the JSOUP, fetched html. I would like to get all the hidden fields but am specifically looking for this one: <input type="hidden" id="baseDownloadLink" value="dc611.4shared.com/download/i-EbooI0/; This is NOT listed in my Jsoup code

@user2489210 That is not listed in the html code when viewed in Chrome as well

when using inspect element it is. Will post screenshot

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Jsoup is a HTML parser, not a JS parser. Best what you could get with Jsoup is getting the HTML <script> element(s).

Elements scripts = doc3.select("script");

Its contents has then to be extracted as text by Element#text() and parsed further by a different library which is capable of parsing JS code, such as Mozilla Rhino. You could of course also perform trivial String parsing using indexOf(), substring(), etc methods or perhaps even using some good regex.

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package javaapplication4;

import org.jsoup.Jsoup;
import org.jsoup.nodes.Document;
import org.jsoup.nodes.Element;
import org.jsoup.select.Elements;

/**
 *
 * @author derek
 */
public class Main
{
    /**
     * @param args the command line arguments
     */
    public static void main(String[] args)
    {
        try
        {
            Document document = Jsoup.connect("http://www.google.com").get();
            Elements elements = document.select("a");

            for (Element element : elements)
            {
                element.baseUri();
            }
            System.out.println(document);
        }
        catch (Exception e)
        {
            e.printStackTrace(System.err);
        }
    }
}

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I guess what you want to do is to show each tag name and the content in it. The sample code is like this.

String html="<html><body><div class=\"main\">" + "<div class=\"sub\"> sub </div>" + "main </div></body></html>";
    Document doc=Jsoup.parse(html);
    Elements divs=doc.select("*");
    for(Element div : divs){
        System.out.println(div.tag() + ":\n" + div.toString());
        System.out.println("---");
    }
#root:
    <html>
     <head></head>
     <body>
      <div class="main">
       <div class="sub">
         sub 
       </div>main 
      </div>
     </body>
    </html>
    ---
    html:
    <html>
     <head></head>
     <body>
      <div class="main">
       <div class="sub">
         sub 
       </div>main 
      </div>
     </body>
    </html>
    ---
    head:
    <head></head>
    ---
    body:
    <body>
     <div class="main">
      <div class="sub">
        sub 
      </div>main 
     </div>
    </body>
    ---
    div:
    <div class="main">
     <div class="sub">
       sub 
     </div>main 
    </div>
    ---
    div:
    <div class="sub">
      sub 
    </div>
    ---

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