Posted on 2011-05-09
Last Modified: 2012-06-27

I'm looking for a way to extract meta keywords from a list of websites by specifying an text file as input with a list of domains.




<meta name="keywords" content="information on photolithography photoresist equipment semiconductor wafer processing photoresist track systems silicon wafer processing photoresist track systems silicon wafer spin track Organic Light Emitting Diodes OLED wafer coating wafer fabrication">

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Question by:faithless1
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    You could look at this module . It will parse the heder of the web page you nominate. It then has methods to access the meta tags for charsert and name (the one you need).

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