AddrView v.1.01

AddrView allows you to parse HTML pages and extract most URL addresses stored in them. AddrView extracts URLs of images ( tag), links to other files ( tag), CSS files, frames, Flash files, and more. You can save the extracted addresses list to text, HTML or XML files, or add these addresses to your Favorities.

AddrView allows you to parse HTML pages and ... Extract URL addresses from HTML pages.

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  • AddrView
  • 1.01
  • NirSoft
  • Win98,WinME,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,WinXP
  • Freeware
  • 30 Kb
  • 155
  • Free
 
 

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