[REBOL] Re: Can REBOL change HTML of a web page?
From: carl::cybercraft::co::nz at: 30-Mar-2005 8:21
On Tuesday, 29-March-2005 at 15:57:40 Rodrigo de Oliveira wrote,
>Hello guys! I want to build a program that that could run on the client-side
>(IE, Netscape, Opera, etc.), get the web page retrived by the server and do
>some adjustments to it, let's say, add some footnotes or summarizing the text.
>Can I make that using REBOL?
>Thanks to you all!
Perhaps you could set up a local server that you'd initially point your browser to, and
from then on it'd handle all requests to the Net, changing all the links in webpages
to point back to itself before giving them to the browser. ie, you'd switch the links
from http://www.xyz.not/ to http://localhost:8080/?http://www.xyz.not/ or whatever.
There's a tiny-server example in the main Core manual here...
Hmmm. This would be a way to do local translations of webpages. Well, the easy part,
-- Carl Read.