How to scrape only specific parts of a website?

I want to send the website headlines fot ChatGPT to evaluate.

Currently, when I use HTTP request modul, it scrapes the entire website.

Can I somehow define to scrape only H1, H2, H3 titles? If I send the entire HTML-code from a single website, the amount of data is too much for chatGTP and/or it costs too much.

Or what might be a good module to manage the scraped HTML code before sending it to ChatGPT? So I could somehow cut away unneeded HTML elements

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Hi @Jayman
You can use the text parse module to match the head tag out of the entire html file

to match all the head tags from h1 to h6 you can use the expression:


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Yep thanks, for some reason the Text parser is not delivering any OUTPUT. Any thoughts?

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What is the website and what is the output of the HTTP module?

When reaching out for assistance with your regex pattern for a Text Parser module, it would be super helpful if you could share the actual content you’re trying to match. Screenshots of text can be a bit tricky, so if you could copy and paste the text directly here, that would be awesome! It ensures we can run it against test patterns effectively. If there’s any sensitive info, feel free to change it to something fictional yet still valid by keeping the format intact.

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Please provide the input and output bundles of the modules by running the scenario (or get from the scenario History tab), then click the white speech bubble on the top-right of each module and select “Download input/output bundles”.


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hi @Jayman

make sure you enter the same pattern
there are some * missing in the pattern you gave