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    January 18th, 2005
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    Have been in contact with the guys at this site and they said it is OK for me to copy the US and UK Box Office charts for my site.

    However, they don't have the time to set up anything from their end to automate the process.

    It would be time-consuming for me to update the charts manually on my site by cutting-and-pasting from their site. Therefore I was wondering if any of the gurus out there knew of a method I could use to copy their charts to my site. Is there any kind of script I could use?

    A million thanks.

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    January 17th, 2005
    Tamborine Mountain Australia
    Hi Nadeem,

    You might want to take a look at these two content retrieval scripts. I haven't used either of them but they look like they would do what you want.

    There are of course more costly alternatives but it seems to me that you wouldn't need anything too complex.

    Mini Fetch
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