TexAu HTML extractor will extract the HTML, CSS, and JS, or one website, sure, but it can also take lists of 10s of 1,000s of websites, and extract all their code, as easily.
A few use-cases of HTML extraction:
- Look for tools and stacks. By exporting a website’s HTML, CSS, and JS, you can now also search within those files. Doing so allows looking for keywords, like: “stripe”, “intercom”, “tailwind”, or any tech or interesting thing you could be after. Services like BuiltWith.com could be remade with TexAu. We have actually a Technology Lookup automation just for that purpose.
What’s your use case? How do you use the HTML and CSS you export?
How to export HTML, CSS, and JS with TexAu?
TexAu makes it easy for you to download the source code of any website with our HTML extractor:
- Create a free TexAu account here.
- List the profile URLs (or Tweets’ URLs) to auto-like.
- Run the automation right away (and schedule it to repeat).
TexAu will connect on your behalf to Twitter, from the cloud, so you don’t have to even think about turning on your computer.
After logging in to your TexAu account and adding this automation to your account, you’ll be facing this setup screen:
- Site URL: Enter here the URL of the one website you want to extract HTML, CSS, and JS from. If you want to target multiple websites, use the CSV/Google Sheet option below.
- Filename. Pick here a name to give to the .zip file that will contain all your exported HTML, CSS, and JS files.
- Upload a CSV or link a Google Sheet: If you want to extract multiple websites, upload here a .CSV filled with all their URLs, or the address of a Google spreadsheet (don’t forget to make it public, see FAQ below).
- Launch automation: Click on this button to start the automation.
- Schedule automation: Schedule this automation to run at a specific time, or to launch multiple times.
If this is your first time using TexAu, we recommend reading the FAQ.
Why would I use Google Sheets?
When you want to export multiple websites without having to change the #2 field every time, you can use a Google spreadsheet URL instead.
To do this, simply put every target URLs you want to target in the first column of the sheet like so:
Then make your Google sheet public. Without it, TexAu won’t be able to access it.
How to schedule my automation to launch multiples times?
Automation is not always welcomed. To avoid being suspended, prefer making many small launches over one big launch.
How to download your results?
After you launch your automation, you’ll see TexAu performing its job in the log section. It will look something like that:
Once the launch is over, click “Download CSV” to download your data to a .CSV spreadsheet.
- How to use CSV with TexAu automation
- How to use Google Sheet with TexAu automation
- How to schedule a TexAu automation
Questions? Reach out to our support, we’ll be happy to assist you!