Yep, but you might wanna make sure and wait for someone else to confirm my answer as I am not very confident. Better yet, why don't you give a call to the iPage guys because they can assist you better...
Using an IFRAME alone will not just 'grab the middle' content from a web page..
You didnt answer when I asked why you cant simply ASK the iPage website for their content. After all-its really not yours, and what your doing is misrepresenting someone elses content as your own...
Thanks for your being helpful about telling what is mine, what is not !!.
I needed a help but you are giving me advice!!..
I just gave `cnn` as an example, If you read it carefully.
You ll see it. Ok if you are a lawyer or wanna be lawyer..
Ill tell you what is mine and what is NOT !.
I opened an account on vstore.com (you can do it too it's free) (.
) but they have very limited templates and you cannot customize it as you like (not yet, they are working on this option), so all I am trying to do is to put the middle content on my own web page.
(BOTH ARE MINE)..
Well ihope this time (after all this explanation)i can get an answer..
If anyone asks for help on, lets say... taking CNN's info.... of course I'll tell them it's wrong.... it is..
Now-if YOU have content on some template, YOU can just enter/ copy/ paste/ screenshot the info and insert it into your other page..
I don't understand your dilemma. YOU created a webpage, and now YOU want the content YOU created? Go get it. Whats the issue? Pulling the source code you created would be a lot faster than trying to find a lazy way to just grab the code out of a rendered page...
You have to use LWP usign perl fot this to be possible:.
This is what I did, and it works perfect:.
My configuration is:.
Solaris 8 with perl version 5.005_03 built for sun4-solaris.
I needed to install LWP, but needed to match these.
Will need C compiler CC from sun to compile the code in the.
1. Download the cc from SUN site. It is 60 day free trial..
Should buy if need to continue..
The software is available at:.
Sun ONE Studio 7, Compiler Collection.
2. Downloaded these modules from CPAN web site.
3. Installed them in the same sequence as listed above..
4. Downloaded LWP from:.
5. Installed LWP as per instructions..
That's it. You are ready to use LWP and have fun..
This is a test script which shows all of.
# cat test.pl.
Print "This is libwww-perl-$LWP::VERSION ";.
$url = "http://www.cnn.com";.
$context = get($url);.
Print "$context ";.
There you have it, the ultimate sun/ perl/ c compiler method to pilfer content from websites...