Dear all, I have a list of several rss-feeds. These rss-feeds show the title of articles and weblinks to the article, but NOT the article itself. I want to have the articles themselves in the rss-feed, however. So what needs to be done, is based on the rss-feed crawl the links in the rss-feed, and parse the articles found in a new rss-feed. Let me give you an example: - I have the feed [url removed, login to view] (see att. for cached file) (is from swiss police) - I want to crawl and parse all the articles in this feed. - So first article in the rss is this one: [url removed, login to view] Content should be scraped starting from the html-tag "" and ending at the html-tags This should be done for all articles in the rss-feed, and thus creating a new rss-feed which now contains also the complete articles in it. Deliverables: - an installed-php script with mysql database, which has the following possibility: 1) I enter the address of an rss-feed 2) I specify the beginning and the end html, where in between the data should be crawled 3) A new rss-feed is created, that every 30 minutes is updated via a cronjob. I can make as many rss-feeds as I want, and I should be able to manage them from an admin-interface (so make a new feed, alter an existing feed or delete an existing feed). NEW: i just learned, that 1 of my rss-feeds I want to use, points not towards regular html-webpages, but to pdf-pages. Let me know if this is doable too. Reminder You may not start working in this and any project before your bid is accepted. Any user who violates this policy may have their account permanently suspended.
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