Check pages that require Javascript

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By default, WebSite-Watcher filters all Javascript content from a page and works only with the static, textual content.

 

For pages that can only be displayed with Javascript enabled, WebSite-Watcher supports the special check technology "Internet Explorer / Browser".

 

1.Open bookmark properties
2.Select the tab "Check"
3.Select the technology "Internet Explorer / Browser"

 

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This technology opens the page in a hidden Internet Explorer window and converts the "dynamic Javascript content" to a static, textual content that can be used and processed by WebSite-Watcher.

 

Delay after page has loaded (in seconds):

This option must be used for pages which change the content dynamically after the page has loaded. For example when it takes a few seconds until the final content is displayed.

 

Follow Javascript redirections:

If WebSite-Watcher cannot follow Javascript redirections automatically, then you can enable this option to allow an advanced method to follow these kind of redirections. This option should only be enabled if WebSite-Watcher cannot follow all redirections automatically.

 

Disable optimizations:

This option disables various performance and bandwidth optimizations during a check. Disabling optimizations will most likely increase the check time. Only turn this option on if a check does not work correctly without that option.




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