Print the html items matching a pattern (group of CSS selectors) SYNOPSIS QuerySelectorAll.exe [OPTIONS] CSS_SELECTOR [FILE...] DESCRIPTION Prints a list of the elements within the HTML files (using depth-first pre-order traversal of the document's nodes) that match the specified group of selectors. If the selectors string contains a CSS pseudo-element, the returned list will be empty. OPTIONS -h Print a usage message briefly summarizing these command-line options, then exit. -v Print the version number of grep to the standard output stream. This version number should be included in all bug reports (see below). -d Verbose mode. Causes tool to print debugging messages about its progress. -m param Suppress default output mode! Usually there is stdout mode (0), but you can use other supported modes such as: (1) Save only one output file '_all.lst' with all the collected matches. (2) Save search matches from one file into new file, using filename the source file and predefined extension '.lst' as template to specify the target file. (3) Save each item into separated files (filename+counter+.lst). (4) Save each item into separated files (counter+.lst). (5) Make _index.lst an ordered list from A tags. Matched items will be cleaned on the strip_tags(), but (6) mode don't use it. -p Add the file name before each group: -i param Set the input character encoding for parsing markup (output is always utf8). Values include: ascii, latin1, raw, utf8, iso2022, mac, win1251, win1252, utf16le, utf16be, utf16, big5 and shiftjis. Case in-sensitive. For unsupported encodings, use an external utility to convert to and from utf8.
What's new in version 1.9
ReleaseJuly 4, 2016
Date AddedJuly 4, 2016
Operating SystemsWindows 10, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP