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.pdf links from a website
Jozh last edited by
Is it possible to build a workflow that pulls all the links to .PDFs off a webpage in the built-in browser.
peterh86 last edited by
Yes, but i can't help in detail. It probably requires a workflow with just a Python script.
Given the webpage address, you'd use
Requeststo get the webpage html, then search for links ending in
Requeststo download the pdfs as well.
Gerzer last edited by
You might be able to pull the HTML directly from the built-in browser, but I’m not 100% sure.
ccc last edited by
See the two links below.... The basic idea is to use
requeststo get the webpage HTML and use
BeautifulSoupto parse that HTML to find the links that end in ".pdf".