You might be able to write a script to pull out the desired information.
>2. Accessing a URL recursively, but BOTTOM-UP : Consider the
> scenerio - I need to access a paper at the following URL
> After reading, I need to access "bar.html" under the "1995"
> part. Is there a way I can traverse the URL and look at the
> pages before.. something like the "cd ../bar.html" thing?
> This could be extended to go right up to another user without
> having to Cut and Paste and Open a new URL - something like
> a Back-URL click.
What I do in Netscape is select the text at the end of the current URL (up
in the Location textbox -- set Preferences to show it) and hit BackSpace to
delete it, and then I hit [return]. Takes 2 seconds. :)
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