Was hoping to get some tips or advice on scripting a program that would sort through my many links on my directory website and print out to me the ones that are broken or no longer functioning so that I could fix or remove them from the site.
Since it's your own website, the best answer is probably to process the source to that site. Was it written by a python script?
Otherwise, if the site is reasonably correct (as most are not), then beautiful Soup is probably the place to start.
The easiest solution is probably a non-Python tool like wget. Search the web for "link checker" or "href verifier" or words to that effect, see what you find. This is an extremely common task, and I don't think you need to write any code for it.
I have just launched a website at http://www.csiiitn.com , Its main asset is Technical Discussion Forum. It totally based on hashchange links. I want to create sitemap(XML File) for my website and submit to Google. Is there anyone that know how to do that? Or is there any online service providers??
I have learnt python and used it for various purposes for scietific computing using sage and GUI development using Tkinter and lots more. I want to start web development using python My goal is to learn the web development in python from the basic level and understand the big web development projects like Django , MoinMoin Wiki , Plone and network programming further with twisted.
I have found Web2Py to be an easy library to quickly use and develop the web application. Is there any other library to start my development with. anddoes my plan of learning Web2Py is good for Web development and getting involved in the big projects like Django , MoinMoin Wiki , Plone.
I am trying to count the number of files in a folder with python script but not getting the appropriate script. In which I can change the path and can find out the count of other folder files.
It doesn't matter for me how long the script is but need the clear script and it would be better if you can explain it also.
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