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How to Create AutoPager Rules for new Sites comment
How to Create AutoPager Rules for new Sites
Yes, of cause you need install AutoPager first. Install AutoPager Now.
Detail steps of a real example
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You can use AutoPager site work shop to create rules for new sites. Tools->Auto Pager->Site Wizard.
It will auto discovery the 3 most important settings for AutoPager: The site url pattern, the link xpath, the content xpath.
You need to make the url pattern match both your current page and next pages. The link xpath is used to select the link for next page. The content xpath is used to select the content you want to add to the page from next pages.
AutoPager's configuration is based on XPath. You can find some good XPath tutorials at and
The autodiscory will get some candidate for you. You can double click it in the list to see the result. You can also modify it in the text box, press enter to see the result. please make sure these two xpath can filter out the right element in current page and the next pages. You can also find test button in the site work shop toolbar. You can test it. If it's ok, you can click the "Add Site" button to add the rules to the setting repository.
There are also pickup link and pickup content buttons. You can use it to generate new ones base the element you select if there are no xpath meet the reqiurement. For example, click the clear all button to clear all the old xpath, then click the pickup link button, mouse your mouse to find the next page link, press s. AutoPager will try to create some candidate xpath for the element you select. You can repeat this until you find the right element to point out the next page link.
If you know xpath well, you can type your own in the text box. The text box color will show you whether your xpath is validate xpath. Press enter will select the elements in page which match the xpath.

You can use Tools->Auto Pager->Manage Setting to manage the existing rules. Or to see how other sites are auto paged.
Q  & A

I need another quick guide. I've come across a few website I couldn't get the link path for the next page. Please take a look at as an example. I would hit the auto discovery button but it comes up empty and when I click the pickup link button and select page 2, I can get '//b[contains(text(),'2')]', but attaching the '/following-sibling::a[1]' doesn't work. In this case what am I looking for to make this work? Please show me how you do it so I can do it on my own for other pages like this.

Discovery is still not smart enough to cover all sites.
//b[contains(text(),'2')] May not work. Since it points to a certain page.
For these case, I will try do it like finding the navigation bar (where listed all page links), //div[@id='navbar'] for example. then find the link or text to the current page, //div[@id='navbar']/b[1] for example, then //div[@id='navbar']/b[1]/following-sibling::a[1] will be the one we need.
You can also try use the built in variables, like
//strong/a[contains(%href% , @href)]/following-sibling::a[1]
%href% means the url of the page, //strong/a[contains(%href% , @href)] means the link marked as Strong and the link url is same or included in the page url.
You can also use this to avoid the paging goto a loop. Fox example, some site they will always have a next link, but it will point to current page, so you can use an xpath like this //a[@id='paging_next' and not (contains(%href%,@href))] which will avoid the links which point to it self.
Give me an example site, I can show you how to do with it.

The full variablelist:

%host% ->
%href% -> document.location.href
%hostname% ->
%pathname% -> document.location.pathname
%port% -> document.location.port
%protocol% -> document.location.protocol
%search% ->
%title% -> document.title

You can find some examples in
You can also find users tell some true story on how to use AutoPager, like this , this Show me the real user stories or this if you can read Chinese.
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