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Top 5 Python HTML Parsers

In this article, we’ll explore the top 5 Python HTML parsers: Beautiful Soup, html.parser, html5lib, requests-html, and PyQuery. We’ll delve into their features and guide you on selecting the most suitable parser for your Python projects. 

CSS Selector Cheat Sheet: A Practical Guide

In this article, we’ll learn about the essential CSS selectors for styling web pages and web scraping. Understanding how to use these selectors can help you efficiently target specific elements on a web page for both purposes.

Python vs. Javascript: Which Should Beginners Learn in 2024

In this article, we will compare Python and JavaScript, discussing their use in fields such as web development, data science, and automation, to help you understand which would be the best programming language to learn in 2024 for starting your programming journey.

How to Automatically Delete Duplicate Records in Airtable (Part 2)

Learn how to take your Airtable deduplication process a step further by integrating Zapier to automate the scanning and removal process.

How to Automatically Delete Duplicate Records in Airtable (Part 1)

Duplicate records can lead to errors and inefficiencies in data analysis. Learn how to find and manage Airtable duplicates automatically.

How to Run a Python Script: A Practical Guide for Beginners

In this comprehensive guide, we will show you different methods to run a Python script and address common errors encountered by beginners.

How To Automate Your Google Sheets Deduplication in Only 5 Minutes

Deduplication increases the accuracy of your spreadsheet while saving time and streamlining your workflow. Learn how to automate it with Google Apps Script.

How to Dynamically Filter Duplicates in Google Sheets (No Code)

The UNIQUE function is the simplest way to display deduplicated rows or columns in Google Sheets. Here's a rundown on using this formula.

Beautiful Soup Tutorial: How To Use the find_all() and find() Methods

Beautiful Soup provides simple methods like find_all() and find() for navigating, searching, and modifying an HTML/XML parse tree. This article will show you how to use them to extract information from HTML/XML.

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