• I found a few days ago a website that would scan a website and convert all of the links into an OPML list.

    Does this ring a bell with anyone? I can’t find it now and no matter what word combo I can think if, I can’t pull it up via Google or MSN.

    Now I’ve got to scrap a site with about 300 links in their blogroll and they don’t do a OPML export. I knew I should have saved the link. 🙂


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  • I think this might be what you are after->


    A yahoo sitemap is just a list if URLs and it does an OPML one as well.

    No, not really but thanks for the response. 🙂

    What I’m trying to do is take a client’s static website, scan teh page and place all of the links found on that page into a OPML file which can then be imported into his Blogroll.

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