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Web Page Aggregator?

Posted on 2007-12-03
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Does anyone know of a product that will 'aggregate' sections of different web pages on to a single web page? I'm looking for something that will take charts / info from different sites and display them in a single web page
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Question by:citycoop
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by:cforant
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depends on script language, but yes: using includes, iframes, frames, etc.  
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by:citycoop
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Thanks, but I was hoping for a product that is already available, either commercially or as freeware.  Not really picky on what language it's scripted in... more looking for the functionality.

I looked at 3D Browse, and it's close - it just does whole pages and doesn't update.  Looking for something like their 'right panel' - 16 pages or sections of pages all displayed on a single web page.

Trying to monitor several charts / graphs simultaneously without having to 'jump' between websites.

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asksiva earned 250 total points
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Try looking at rssgm and yacg (These are considered black-hat)
http://www.rssgm.com/
http://getyacg.com/
You need rss feeds to work with.

Thanks,
Siva
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