Links without top-level-domain


#1

If you look at the CSS of the following site, you’ll see, that the top-level-domain is missing in the link of the article’s title. Therefore the URL created by FeedCreator isn’t working.

The initial site: https://www.vcoe.at/presse/presseaussendungen

This is the working URL of an article: https://www.vcoe.at/news/details/vcoe-eu-vergibt-mit-zu-laschen-co2-grenzwerten-fuer-autos-grosse-chance-fuer-klimaschutz

The URL in the CSS: news/details/vcoe-eu-vergibt-mit-zu-laschen-co2-grenzwerten-fuer-autos-grosse-chance-fuer-klimaschutz

And FeedCreator creates this link: https://www.vcoe.at/presse/news/details/vcoe-eu-vergibt-mit-zu-laschen-co2-grenzwerten-fuer-autos-grosse-chance-fuer-klimaschutz

The FeedCreator URL: http://createfeed.fivefilters.org/extract.php?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.vcoe.at%2Fpresse%2Fpresseaussendungen&in_id_or_class=text&url_contains=

Any idea how to solve that?


#2

Thanks for the report. I think what we need to do here is to take the base URL into account. The page has this element which affects how relative links are resolved:

Feed Creator currently doesn’t take that into account when resolving relative URLs. Should be fixed in the next update.