6.3.3.1. Post

6.3.3.1.1. Test Post URL

An absolute post URL to be used to perform the tests available under this tab. In other words, when you click a that requires a URL under this tab, the URL you enter here will be used. If this is empty, the tests that require a URL cannot be performed.

You can simply enter a post URL here.

6.3.3.1.2. Post Title Selectors

Define CSS selectors that find the title of the post in a post page of the target web site. This is a type of Selector and Attribute Setting. If you enter more than one selector, the first match will be used.

6.3.3.1.3. Post Excerpt Selectors

Define CSS selectors that find the excerpt [1] of the post in a post page of the target web site. This is a type of Selector and Attribute Setting. If you enter more than one selector, the first match will be used.

6.3.3.1.4. Post Content Selectors

Define CSS selectors that find the content of the post in a post page of the target web site. This is a type of Selector and Attribute Setting. If you enter more than one selector, each match will be crawled and the results will be merged.

6.3.3.1.5. Post Tag Selectors

Define CSS selectors that find the tags of the post in a post page of the target web site. This is a type of Selector and Attribute Setting. If you enter more than one selector, each match will be crawled and the results will be merged.

6.3.3.1.6. Post Slug (Permalink) Selectors

Define CSS selectors that find the post slug [2] of the post in a post page of the target web site. This is a type of Selector and Attribute Setting. If you enter more than one selector, the first match will be used.

The slug is the post name in the URL of the saved post. Let’s consider the following URL.

https://site.com/2019/09/12/pandora-debuts-a-desktop-app-for-windows-with-support-for
-music-podcasts/

Here, the post slug is pandora-debuts-a-desktop-app-for-windows-with-support-for-music-podcasts.

Important

If the slug is not unique, a unique slug will be generated from the found slug. If a slug is not found, the slug will automatically be generated from the post title.

Important

Because the slug exists in the URL of the post, characters that are not valid to be in a URL will be automatically replaced.

You do not have to select the post slug of the target post. You can select any element from the target page or create a post slug of your own using Templates Tab of Options Box.

Footnotes

[1]https://wordpress.org/support/article/excerpt/
[2]https://wordpress.org/support/article/using-permalinks/#mod_rewrite-pretty-permalinks