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HTML Readability/Mobilizer and CSS Selectors - TA-readability

Overview
Version 0.1 (No proxy support)

Includes two custom commands. One to get a webpage and provide a "readable" version like mobilizer etc or like your smartphone browser when you double-tap the main text on a webpage both as simplified html and plain text. Long and short title and if the text is english a hopefuly useful five sentence summary of the main content.
It uses the library readability and pytease to do so. Input is the field url or any you specify with | readability input=xxx present in the previous results. for testing just do something like this:
| makeresults | eval url="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Splunk" | readability

cssselector
custom command that allows you to use css selectors against a field, provide a property you wish to extract like the href from an
will provide the generated xpath and the values for the property
example:
| makeresults | eval url="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Splunk" | readability outputraw=true | cssselector item="href" selector="a" output="href"

Release Notes

Version 0.1
Oct. 17, 2017

Version 0.1

No proxy support for now

Includes two custom commands. One to get a webpage and provide a "readable" version like mobilizer etc or like your smartphone browser when you double-tap the main text on a webpage both as simplified html and plain text. Long and short title and if the text is english a hopefuly useful five sentence summary of the main content.
It uses the library readability and pytease to do so. Input is the field url or any you specify with | readability input=xxx present in the previous results. for testing just do something like this:
| makeresults | eval url="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Splunk" | readability

cssselector
custom command that allows you to use css selectors against a field, provide a property you wish to extract like the href from an <a>
will provide the generated xpath and the values for the property
example:
| makeresults | eval url="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Splunk" | readability | cssselector item="href" selector="a" output="href"

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