Datafields for bookmarks

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All bookmark fields are placed between { and } characters and will be replaced with real values when the report is created.

Start/end of a bookmark block

{wsw_begin_url}

{wsw_end_url}

These two datafields define start and end of a bookmark.

For each bookmark, everything between these two fields will be exported.

Bookmark fields

The following fields can be placed between {wsw_begin_url} and {wsw_end_url}:

 

 


{wsw_url_url}

Bookmark URL.

If an URL is defined in the Report section (bookmark properties), then it will be used instead of the bookmark URL.

{wsw_url_checkurl}

URL that was used for checking a bookmark (incl. resolved date variables, server relocations, etc).

{wsw_url_name}

Bookmark name.

If a name is defined in the Report section (bookmark properties), then it will be used instead of the bookmark name.

{wsw_url_domain}

Domain name of the bookmark URL (eg. aignes.com)

{wsw_url_text}

"Page Description" entered in the Report section of the bookmark properties.

{wsw_url_highlighted_changes(MAXLEN)}

Extracts all changes from the page and displays them in text format.

MAXLEN is the maximal number of characters that is displayed. If you want to display the first 200 characters, then use the field {wsw_url_highlighted_changes(200)}. If changes are available, then the <br> tag is automatically appended.

{wsw_url_removed_content(MAXLEN)}

Extracts the removed content from a page (which is by default displayed in red) and displays it in text format.

MAXLEN is the maximal number of characters that is displayed. If you want to display the first 200 characters, then use the field {wsw_url_removed_content(200)}. If removed content is available, then the <br> tag is automatically appended.

{wsw_url_update_on_keywords_table}

Shows found keywords of the Update-On-Keywords feature (similar to the table in the Analysis tab of the internal browser). This variable returns a HTML table, so this variable is designed to be used in HTML based reports.

{wsw_url_date_changed}

Date of last update.

{wsw_url_date_checked}

Date of last check.

{wsw_url_date_created}

Creation date.

{wsw_url_id}

Unique bookmark ID.

(=filename of locally saved file without file extension)

{wsw_url_follow_master_id}

If a bookmark is part of a Follow-Links list, then this field is the unique bookmark ID of the master bookmark.

{wsw_url_filename}

Filename without path of the locally saved file (new version).

{wsw_url_path_filename}

Absolute filename of the locally saved file (new version).

{wsw_url_path_filename_chg}

Absolute filename of the locally saved file (version with highlighted changes).

{wsw_url_path_filename_chg1}

Absolute filename of the locally saved file (version with highlighted changes) and an anchor to the first change.

{wsw_url_relpath_filename}

Relative path + filename of the locally saved file (new version).

Relative path means, that the path to the *_WSW cache folder is removed, no leading slash. This field can be used in combination with the <BASE HREF="..."> tag.

{wsw_url_relpath_filename_chg}

Relative path + filename (without leading slash) of the locally saved file (version with highlighted changes).

Relative path means, that the path to the *_WSW cache folder is removed, no leading slash. This field can be used in combination with the <BASE HREF="..."> tag.

{wsw_url_relpath_filename_chg1}

Relative path + filename of the locally saved file (version with highlighted changes) and an anchor to the first change.

Relative path means, that the path to the *_WSW cache folder is removed, no leading slash. This field can be used in combination with the <BASE HREF="..."> tag.

{wsw_url_foldername}

Folder name of the bookmark.

{wsw_url_folderpath}

Absolute folder path of the bookmark, for example "Folder\SubFolder".

{wsw_url_note}

Bookmark note without styles.

{wsw_url_note_format}

Bookmark note with styles. The styles bold, italic and underlined are converted to HTML-Tags.

{wsw_url_field1}

{wsw_url_field2}

{wsw_url_field3}

Additional info fields.

{wsw_url_checkstatus}

Status of last check.

{wsw_url_readstatus}

Status if a bookmark has been read ("read" or "unread").

{wsw_folder_depth_tab}

Replaces and inserts the folder depth with tabulator characters.

For a folder depth of 3, WebSite-Watcher will insert 3 tabulator characters.




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