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n0rton
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Dude for website

Post by n0rton » 20 Jan 2017, 14:39

Hi,

It posible down to https://www.walldevil.com ?

or
www.pexels.com
flickr
?

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Re: Dude for website

Post by Maxim » 20 Jan 2017, 17:43

Flickr is used as one of the built-in search engines, so you can download flickr.com search results. But I couldn't figure out how to download flickr sets ater they changed API.

As for walldevil - I'll create a template which can download all wallpapers from any category and post a link here. Easy one.

Pexels is tough. Will take time, if doable at all...

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Re: Dude for website

Post by n0rton » 20 Jan 2017, 18:30

Flickr include no?

walldevil maybe it ok, i see wallappers good.

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Re: Dude for website

Post by Maxim » 23 Jan 2017, 14:01

OK, here goes the template for any wallpaper category on walldevil.com website:

http://www.webimagedownloader.com/templ ... -template/

You may also want to check out other wallpaper templates:

http://www.webimagedownloader.com/templ ... allpapers/

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Re: Dude for website

Post by Maxim » 23 Jan 2017, 14:13

pexels.com easily working with the default built-in template called "Download all images from website". You should always try that template first for any website.

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Re: Dude for website

Post by n0rton » 24 Jan 2017, 23:33

Pexels work fine. (can change for not down that tree?)
http://imgur.com/1lixvVZ


i see in alexa other website:
https://themetix.com/site/wallup.net/

similar traffic with walldevil, same script?

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Re: Dude for website

Post by Maxim » 25 Jan 2017, 12:47

Pexels work fine. (can change for not down that tree?)
http://imgur.com/1lixvVZ
Use "Filters -> Excluded URLs" to prevent unwanted downloads. Just like I did in the wallup.com project here:

wallup.com.epr

I took the built-in template "Download all images from entire website" and then added some additional filters to the "Excluded UTLs" as I watched the download log while EPF was working...

You see, EPF can download from most websites using one of the built-in templates... You need more filters only to speed up the process...

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Re: Dude for website

Post by n0rton » 25 Jan 2017, 17:39

Hi,

Great Work.

I try to down normal website all images.

Code: Select all

https://www.pexels.com/search/lakes/
https://pixabay.com/en/photos/?image_type=photo&cat=nature
But down all folders not only images. Can help me?

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Re: Dude for website

Post by Maxim » 25 Jan 2017, 17:50

In this case I prefer to exclude all URLs using

.*

in the [ Filters -> Excluded URLs ] and then include only the ones I need in the [ Filters -> Included URLs ].

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Re: Dude for website

Post by Maxim » 26 Jan 2017, 13:44

Here is the template I created for pexels.com search:

http://www.webimagedownloader.com/templ ... -template/

Download the template and use the URL just like the one you provided - the resulting URL of website search.

Here is a sample project I created from this template with the search phrase "HD wallpaper":

pexels.com-HD-wallpaper.epr

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