# Parameters for grab.php # Execute grab.php using /grab.php?par=thisfile.dat # Empty lines and lines starting with # are ignored # This parameter file is formed by two sections. # The first specifies general parameters, each documented individually. # The second lists the start/end markers for each item to be grabbed. #Base URL to be searched. Used with sprintf to compose URL to be opened. #%04d is replaced with the code generated automatically or from the file #MUST be the first parameter in the file http://www.buycostumes.com/browse/_/N-/Ntt-funny/results%04d.aspx #Range of codes to be searched #If both values are 0, the next parameter will be considered 0 0 #URL of the file containing the codes to be searched (One code per line) #Ignored if a range is specified above buycostumesfunny.cod #Line that starts the interesting section of the file Halloween Costumes # From now on, start and end markers of each item to be grabbed are specified # in pairs. There's no limit to the number of pairs. # These markers are matched only within the interesting portion of the file # identified by the start/end marker above. # All markers are matched for each line of the target file. # Items are searched in the sequence used here. When a start marker is found # and the item is grabbed, the markers of that item and all the preceding ones # will not be matched again to reduce mismatches. #Product ID start (taken from the image name) #showQuickView(this,' class="Nav2"> #Product ID end #' #random comment