json – Any ideas on how to use wget or some command line tool to crawl a website API?

I would like to use wget to do a quick and not so dirty API crawl.

The API returns a standardize json response:

 {
   "id": "Id-sdfjksfhksf",
   .... more stuff ....
   "_links": {
     "self" : {
        "href": "http://...uri-that-returns-this-object"
     },
     "owner": {
        "href": "http://...uri-that-returns-the-object-owner"
     },
 }

How can I get wget to crawl this API and follow the links in the _links section?

wget – Suggestions on command line tools to crawl an API

I have used wget to crawl a website’s html.

I would like to use wget, curl OR any other command line tool to do a quick and not so dirty API crawl.

The API returns a standardize json response:

{
   "id": "Id-sdfjksfhksf",
   .... more stuff ....
   "_links": {
     "self" : {
        "href": "http://...uri-that-returns-this-object"
     },
     "owner": {
        "href": "http://...uri-that-returns-the-object-owner"
     },
}

Given this response I want a zsh/wget/curl/something-else script that would examine the _links section and crawls the urls.

I need it to be fairly easy to create. The more robust solution will be written in our normal development language.

This tool is intended to be a quick way of discovering:

  1. if we have any broken links
  2. report a response with no _links section
  3. report a response that is empty

The advantage of wget is wget handles cyclic references.

A quick attempt to use wget was unsuccessful in that wget did not recognize the href links as links to crawl.

Suggestions or pointers to blog posts appreciated!

seo – How can a search engine crawl a dynamically generated website?

Short answer: That PHP code is run on the server before sending the response to the crawler, so by the time the page reaches the crawler, all that info is already populated.

For sites written using server-side languages such as your example, here’s the full lifecycle when a user visits a page:

  1. The user’s browser sends an HTTP request to the server for a certain path (such as /an/example/page/).

  2. The server receives the request and determines the appropriate server-side code to run to generate the page. It executes this code, if any (or none if it’s a static site).

  3. The server sends the final generated, by that point static HTML page back to the user’s browser.

Note that all the code is finished running on the server before the server actually sends any information back to the user’s browser (or a web crawler).

Things are a little different when the page is generated in part by client-side code (JavaScript) instead, which is a topic for a different discussion.

Regarding waiting for a user to log in or take action, generally search engine crawlers are cookieless and take no user actions, so anything hidden behind a login won’t get crawled. Stuff hidden from crawlers behind logins like this is called the deep web, which is a cool term if you ask me.

googlebot – Will high value of keep-alive help increase Google crawl rate

I have a website with thousands of pages with most of them indexed. The pages receive frequent updates (usually monthly). Google’s crawl rate is good, but not enough to capture all the changes before a month’s close. My current value of keep-alive is 5. Will increasing this have an impact on the crawl rate by helping crawl speed (due to persistent connection)?

Google image crawler won’t respect my robots.txt entry to not crawl images

I was looking for a way to prevent reverse image searching (namely I didn’t want for people who had a copy of one of my images to upload it to google and discover where it originated from). I created the following robots.txt file at put it at the root of my blogspot blog:

User-agent: *
Disallow: /hide*.jpg$
Disallow: /hide*.jpeg$
Disallow: /hide*.png$

User-agent: Googlebot-Image
Disallow: /hide*.jpg$
Disallow: /hide*.jpeg$
Disallow: /hide*.png$

With it, I was expecting that all jpg and png image files that start with the word hide (eg. hide1023939.jpg) would not appear in Google Images (or any other search engine). I was inspired by the official documentation here and here.

However Google Images keeps showing them, both when reverse searching as well as searching sitewise for any images. I’ve added many new images since I implemented the robots directives but even these new files get crawled.

As an observation the images on blogspot/blogger.com are hosted on http://1.bp.blogspot.com/....file.jpg instead of my own subdomain (http://domain.blogspot.com) and I wonder if this is the cause of the issue?
Any ideas how to solve this?

seo: Google can't crawl the URL and there is no obvious reason why

I am trying to crawl a website using the url inspection tool from google search console.

it has three URLs:

https://ovanya.com/
https://ovanya.com/kocr
https://ovanya.com/services

the first two urls were crawled correctly and now when i search for them they are indexed immediately but the third one is not crawled and the result says

The URL is not in Google. This page is not in the index, but not because of an error. See details below to find out why it wasn't indexed

And when I look at the coverage there is no clear indication of what is wrong. Also, if I take a live test, mark the entire section and get green circles for everyone

Here is a long list of coverage:

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Is it ok to crawl add generated tag sitemap file to google web master?

Usually I add a new tag with the same post title name before I post a new post like below:

Former:

Is it considered a duplicate content issue?

Also, I am using a plugin that generates sitemap tags, I added this sitemap to google webmaster what is the effect of doing this? it is preferred to remove it from google webmaster.

Thank you

When will search engines ignore the rules in my robots.txt to NOT crawl my website and files?

I'm working with a marketer who wants to set up a website with a text field for people to type in their URL from another secret but publicly accessible website. Let's say the public but secret access website is located at https://you-are-the-winner-of-this-amazing-scavenger-hunt-and-now-you-will-get-a-free-trip-to-mars-with-space-x-accompanied-by-elon-musk.com.

The seller is concerned that someone may discover this super secret url by searching for it through search engines or other popular online search tools.

I imagine if I configure https://you-are-the-winner-of-this-amazing-scavenger-hunt-and-now-you-will-get-a-free-trip-to-mars-with-space-x-accompanied-by-elon-musk.comI just have to make sure that robots.txt it has the appropriate rules to disable.

But my question is under what conditions will search engines ignore my disablement rules? Is there any other way for people to discover the URL? https://you-are-the-winner-of-this-amazing-scavenger-hunt-and-now-you-will-get-a-free-trip-to-mars-with-space-x-accompanied-by-elon-musk.com through internet searches?

How can I make Google crawl my site?

How can I make Google crawl my site?

Windows 10: incredibly slow desktop composition (includes WPR crawl)

I have had a certain problem in the last months, I have solved it or I have tolerated it, but I cannot bear it. (I think it has worsened, but it is probably only a bias on my part).

The question is: the composition of the desktop for me is incredibly slow: every time I try to open a browser window, or the Save As dialog box to save an image of my browser or anything else, the window takes an absurdly long time. in opening. paint – as in the order of 2-4 seconds. Meanwhile, everything else in the system is virtually frozen.

The problem gets worse over time.

It's almost fine on a new boot, that is, the windows start and respond quickly enough to be usable, but I can still see pop-up user interface elements one by one, p. Address bar, ribbon, sidebar.

After a while it becomes unbearable: it is a slow decline in performance, in a few hours it is annoying, after a day or so without a restart it is almost unusable.

I tracked WPR with the composition of CPU, GPU, disk, network and desktop.
(If the link does not work for any reason, comment and I will find another way to include it).

My machine is Asrock Z390 Phantom Gaming 6, i9-9900K, 64 GB DDR4 3000MHz, GTX 1070, 165Hz GSync monitor in DP + 60Hz monitor in DVI.

I also have a Corsair K70 keyboard. It comes with a program called iCue, which controls its rays and other functions. Normally explorer.exe is the most heinous criminal. If I start, that browser is virtually unusable, with a response / paint time of the order of 10 seconds. And it begins to affect other windows. Another user in the Corsair forums reported similar problems with the same motherboard family: it makes me think that somehow the fault is from IT. (the trace does not run because I do not allow it, because I would like to use the computer)

But wait, it gets weirder: I wanted to compress the trail, so I could share it over the Internet, and during the compression period, when the compression program hit my CPU and memory, things went back into disrepair, Like after a restart. As soon as the closure is finished, we return to the painfully slow window drawing.
(This gives me an idea: download BOINC and stress my CPU so that the system keeps responding. Ok. I tried that, as long as I keep my CPU somewhere above 30% or so, like 4-5 cores, keep responding ).