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Xpath of a Tumblr photo url

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by XavierKishner, Oct 5, 2014.

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  1. XavierKishner

    XavierKishner Newbie

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    Hi,

    I bought a Tumblr bot (Tumbling Jazz) which haves an option to post photos from a RSS. In order to do that, is necessary to set the RSS elements in the bot (xpath is allowed).

    I got most of the elements easily, but I'm still missing the photo url (the most important thing). I've tried to get that Xpath with firebug and some others addons, and failed pathetically as I'm a total ignorant when it comes to programming.

    Basically I need the xpath that points me to the photo url of a tumblr post. Can anyone tell me how can I do that? I'd really appreciate it...
     
  2. XavierKishner

    XavierKishner Newbie

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    Maybe anyone know about this?
     
  3. SeoElf

    SeoElf BANNED BANNED

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    Cant the developer tell you how to do this if you bought it he must offer some support?
     
  4. fatboy

    fatboy Elite Member

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    You'd be surprised if you knew how many people will take your cash and not give support anymore........
     
  5. XavierKishner

    XavierKishner Newbie

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    I haven't ask him yet; I though I'd get a quick answer here.

    Btw he offers a good support, I'll see if he knows.
     
  6. BlueZero

    BlueZero Power Member

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    try this:
    //div[@class="body hasMarkup"]/p/img