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Re: Ignore twitter updates integrated as divs

From: Dmitry Shesterin
Subject: Re: Ignore twitter updates integrated as divs
Date: Sat, 8 Feb 2014 17:20:17 -0500

Thank you for replying, Baruch,
It is server side, and just the paragraph does not quite work as each tweet is a new paragraph.
Do I have to dig deeper in webdiff to address it?

On Sat, Feb 8, 2014 at 2:30 PM, Baruch Even <address@hidden> wrote:
Does this div get generated server side or client side? If it is client side than websec should never see this since it doesn't run the _javascript_ at all.

The Ignore keyword is specified as ignoring an entire paragraph that has some keyword mentioned so you can probably just add there "Twitter Update" and the entire paragraph should be ignored. Hopefully :-)


On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 5:23 PM, Dmitry Shesterin <address@hidden> wrote:

I have am monitoring a page that has integrated twitter updates, but instead of an iframe, regular divs are used, so every tweet is a separate paragraph and div.

Is there any way to ignore such tweets?

Here is an example of the html:

<DIV class=SocialUpdates><DIV class=SocialUpdatesBlock>
<H3><A href="" href="http://twitter.com/blabla" target="_blank">http://twitter.com/blabla" target=_blank>Twitter Update </A></H3><SPAN class=moreLink><A href="" href="http://twitter.com/blabla" target="_blank">http://twitter.com/blabla" target=_blank>Follow Us!</A></SPAN>
<DIV class=twitterUpdates>
<UL class=TwitterFeedList>
<H4>BlaBla </H4>
<H5>BlaBla is best BlaBla </H5><SPAN><SPAN style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #99ffcc">Useless twitter update to be ignored</SPAN> <A href="" href="http://twitter.com/search?q=awesome" target="_blank">http://twitter.com/search?q=awesome" target=_blank><SPAN style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #99ffcc">#awesome</SPAN> </A><SPAN style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #99ffcc">!</SPAN> <A href="" href="http://bit.ly/2g8Skpk" target="_blank">http://bit.ly/2g8Skpk" target=_blank><SPAN style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #99ffcc">bit.ly/2g8Skpk</SPAN> </A></SPAN>
<H4>BlaBla </H4>
<H5>BlaBla is best BlaBla </H5><SPAN>Another useless tweet to ignore. <A href="" href="http://bit.ly/4in6h8y" target="_blank">http://bit.ly/4in6h8y" target=_blank>bit.ly/4in6h8y </A>Please RT </SPAN></LI></UL></DIV></DIV>
<DIV class=SocialUpdatesBlock>
<H3><A href="" </A></H3><SPAN class=moreLink><A href="" + </A></SPAN>
<H4><A href="" href="http://www.somewhere.com" target="_blank">http://www.somewhere.com">My awesome website </A></H4><SPAN id=ResourceCon><SPAN>With us it is gonna be fine!</SPAN></SPAN></LI></UL></DIV>
<DIV class="SocialUpdatesBlock LastBlock">
<H3><A href="" &amp; Events </A></H3><SPAN class=moreLink><A href="" + </A></SPAN>
<H4><A href="" href="http://www.place.com/" target="_blank">http://www.place.com/">Place </A></H4><SPAN id=NewsEvents><SPAN class=date>April 1, 2014 </SPAN></SPAN></LI></UL></DIV></DIV>

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