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Magento Image Scraper
# Import libraries
import requests
import urllib.request
import time
import os
from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
def get_product_url_list():
productlist = []
# Set URL for sitemap to parse
sitemap = ''
# Connect to the SITEMAP
response = requests.get(sitemap)
# Parse HTML and save to BeautifulSoup object¶
soup = BeautifulSoup(response.text, "html.parser")
# Loop through soupsitemap object finding 'li.a' with class 'product'
for link in soup.find_all('li', class_="product"):
producturl = (link.a.get('href'))
if producturl not in productlist:
return productlist
def get_product_name(): # removes the part
productname = []
for product in get_product_url_list():
# Change '27' to the character length of the URL from https through to the .com/ (include final slash)
# This could calculated of course but I was using this as a one off so no need.
return productname
def create_product_dirs(productname):
directory = f"./images/{productname}"
if not os.path.exists(directory):
def get_product_images(urlproductname):
# Set the URL you want to webscrape from
url = f"{urlproductname}"
response = requests.get(url) # Connect to the URL
# Parse HTML and save to BeautifulSoup object¶
soup = BeautifulSoup(response.text, "html.parser")
count = 0
# Loop through soup object finding 'a' links with class 'lightbox' - check what class is assigned to gallery images in your theme
for link in soup.find_all('a', class_="lightbox"):
imgurl = (link.get('href'))
count += 1
imgname = f"./images/{urlproductname}/{urlproductname}-{count}.jpg"
urllib.request.urlretrieve(imgurl, imgname)
# time.sleep(1) # uncomment this to pause the code for a second if you have issues with your host blocking you due to the scraping
def main():
for product in get_product_name():
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