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Index: H

head( ) function: 2.3.4. Previewing with HEAD
HEAD request
link-checking spider example: 12.3.3. HEAD Response Processing
spider link-checking example and: 12.3.1. The Basic Spider Logic
header( ) method: 3.5.3. Headers
headers: 11.2. Adding Extra Request Header Lines
HTTP requests: 2.2.1. Request
HTTP responses: 2.2.2. Response
Referer header value: 11.2.2. Referer
WWW-Authentication: 11.3. Authentication
headline detector, Netscape imitator: 11.2.1. Pretending to Be Netscape
host( ) method: 4.1. Parsing URLs
HTML: 2. Web Basics
comments, HTML structure: 6.2.8. Use Multiple Steps
debugging: 3.5.6. Debugging
documents, relative URLs: 3.5.5. Base for Relative URLs
links, extracting from remote files: 6.6. Example: Extracting Linksfrom Arbitrary HTML
meta tags: 3.4.8. Advanced Methods
parsing: 1.5.3. Parsing HTML
HTML entities
decode_entities( ): 7.2.3. Text Tokens
HTML forms
data extraction: 5.2.2. GETting a query_form( ) URL
elements: 5.1. Elements of an HTML Form
file opening: 5.4.9. File Selection Elements
option element: 5.4.11. Select Elements and Option Elements
select element: 5.4.11. Select Elements and Option Elements
textarea element: 5.4.10. Textarea Elements
HTML::Element: 9. HTML Processing with Trees
attributes, changing: 10.1. Changing Attributes
detach_content( ) method: 10.3.1. The detach_content( ) Method
element creation: 10.5. Creating New Elements
images, deleting: 10.2. Deleting Images
literals: 10.5.1. Literals
nodes
creating from lists: 10.5.2. New Nodes from Lists
deleting: 10.2. Deleting Images
detaching/reattaching: 10.3. Detaching and Reattaching
pseudoelements: 10.4.2. Accessing Comments
replace_with( ) method constraints: 10.3.2. Constraints
HTML::Parser: 6.4. When Regular Expressions Aren't Enough
HTML::TokeParser: 6.4. When Regular Expressions Aren't Enough
7. HTML Processing with Tokens
as filter: 7.3.2. HTML Filters
methods: 7.5. More HTML::TokeParser Methods
New York Times cookie example: 11.1.4. Cookies and the New York Times Site
streams and: 7.2. Basic HTML::TokeParser Use
HTML::TreeBuilder: 6.4. When Regular Expressions Aren't Enough
9.2. HTML::TreeBuilder
BBC News headline extraction: 9.4. Example: BBC News
cleanup: 9.2.4. Cleanup
comment access: 10.4.2. Accessing Comments
constructors: 9.2.1. Constructors
dump( ) method: 9.2. HTML::TreeBuilder
Fresh Air data extraction example: 9.5. Example: Fresh Air
parse( ) method: 9.2. HTML::TreeBuilder
parsing options: 9.2.2. Parse Options
searches: 9.3.1. Methods for Searching the Tree
store_comments( ): 10.4.1. Retaining Comments
whitespace: 10.1.1. Whitespace
HTTP Basic Authentication: 11.3. Authentication
HTTP GET query: 2.5. Example: AltaVista
HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol): 2. Web Basics
2.2. An HTTP Transaction
HTTP POST query: 2.6. HTTP POST
Babelfish example: 2.7. Example: Babelfish
HTTP requests: 2.2.1. Request
HTTP responses: 2.2.2. Response
HTTP URLs: 2.1. URLs
HTTP::Cookies: 11.1.2. Loading Cookies from a File
HTTP::Cookies::Netscape class: 11.1.2. Loading Cookies from a File
HTTP::Response class: 3.1. The Basic Classes
HTTP::Response object: 3.5. HTTP::Response Objects
content: 3.5.2. Content
expiration times: 3.5.4. Expiration Times
header values: 3.5.3. Headers


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