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Please Help! - W/ Screen Captures

Discussion in 'HTML & JavaScript' started by Jjames2484, Jul 6, 2013.

  1. Jjames2484

    Jjames2484 Newbie

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    hello,
    I am newbie to this whole thing and am working on doing some data scraping. In particular I have been scraping recent home purchases from the property appraisers sites by using imacros; everything was going good until i got stuck at this county's site:
    2013-07-05_2037.png
    Here is the search function on the site:
    2013-07-05_2038.png
    Now the problem with this site that I haven't encounterd elsewhere; I have been searching by date ranges and sale price leaving all other fields blank.
    On this particular site when I try to do that; It asks me for a subdivision or folio number. It won't let you leave the field blank!

    Now I thought; "OK i will just use a wildcard" - I am not sure what the proper wildcard is for this.
    Its not *
    When I enter % it gives me:
    2013-07-05_2050.png
    But when i enter %abc% - it will give me every subdivision that includes an a and b and c.

    my question: how do i get the database to list all subdivision using a wildcard or some other command.

    :damnit1::damnit1::damnit1: please help
     
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    Jjames2484 Newbie

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    <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE> Broward County Property Appraiser's Network </TITLE> <META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW"> <!-- mp_trans_disable_start --> <SCRIPT language = javascript> <!-- var myWindow; function UpdateTitle(TheSitus) { document.title = TheSitus; } <!--- ------------------------------------------------------------------- ---> <!--- Print this Page ---> <!--- ------------------------------------------------------------------- ---> function MM_Print() { window.print(); } <!--- ------------------------------------------------------------------- ---> <!--- Show our Building Card ---> <!--- ------------------------------------------------------------------- ---> function MM_Building(Folio) { MM_Close(); Ht = (document.body.clientHeight - 20); Wt = (document.body.clientWidth - 35); DWt = (document.body.clientWidth * .9); Tp = 100; if (Ht > 480) { DHt = (document.body.clientHeight * .85); } else { DHt = (document.body.clientHeight * .75); } Lft = ((document.body.clientWidth / 2) - 325); BuildFolio = Folio.substring(2, 1) + Folio.substring(3, 12); var URL = "Building.cfm?URL_Folio=" + BuildFolio + "&URL_Seq=2&URL_Size=1&URL_Wt=" + DWt + "&URL_Ht=" + DHt + "&URL_Color=0"; var winVal = "location=no,scrollbars=yes,menubars=no,toolbars=no,resizable=yes" + ",left=" + 20 + ",top=" + Tp + ",width=" + Wt + ",height=" + Ht myWindow = window.open (URL,"Menu", winVal); myWindow.focus(); }

    Some some source code off the top of the page.

    Its written in java script obviously