Hi,

Is there any way to add a check for regular expression to the content loaded delivered? i know there is page check if this or if not, but it does not address regex strings only basic text. This would add a lot of value as it allows you to place filters on pages and searches for text multiple text. I can imaging that you can possibly do this via vbs but would be a nice feature native.

Also is it possible to have a only these error codes, currently it is only "not" these codes.

asked 08 Mar '16, 23:16

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Also it would be nice to be able to exclude part of webpage from the change notification.

(09 Mar '16, 17:56) Sduelund

Hi Sduelund,

Thank you for the suggestion! Currently the Web Page monitor is a simple text monitor but we'll add the RegEx and the the Error Codes requests to our To-Do List of projects.

However, I'm not sure how we would implement the "exclude part of webpage from the change notification". If you have any suggestions please let us know.

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Quinn

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