I know that, yet I was asking about downloading web-page (not a file). I cannot agree TP needs just files as I successfully downloaded web-pages with the links similar to the one you see above. The problem is just with some pages and this is one of them. I guess the matter is secure protocol used (https) but not for sure.
I also have issues with accessing sites using https
It seems like Textpipe is simply ignoring filenames beginning with https as there is no file input record created in the status tab when processing. Furthermore, it skips these filenames in a split second (no time for even sending the request to the server).
Sometimes a https website can be accessed using http, if http resolves to https, but not always...
Here are a couple of restaurant sites for example: testing in a browser...
--> This works:
http://seasalteatery.wordpress.com resolves to https://seasalteatery.wordpress.com 200 OK Textpipe can access this website using filename: http://seasalteatery.wordpress.com
-->This does not work:
http://www.spoonandstable.com resolves to https://www.spoonandstable.com 301 moved permanently Textpipe can not access this website using filename: http://www.spoonandstable.com This is what is received: <html> <head><title>403 Forbidden</title></head> <body bgcolor="white"> <center><h1>403 Forbidden</h1></center> <hr><center>nginx</center> </body> </html>
Finally however, the problem really "seems" to be that Textpipes isn't even attempting to make a server request for https.
But this does not fix the bigger issue where https urls are skipped all together (unless this has been fixed since TP v8.9.9). They simply are not even logged during processing the input file list. i.e. original request from nikolas1612 for https://sev.life/