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The most common cause of this is css styling. Is there any element that pushes parts of the page below the screen?
Usually a little trial and error tweaking CSS can sort it.
Is there a generic pattern for the redirect?
You might be able to add something in a .htaccess file that will redirect pages that follow a pattern or rule to another?
This may be a quicker...
Try using the file_get_contents command
See this link :
This should start you off.
I think it must be a CSS bug. do you have something like firebug installed ( in firefox ) his allows you to see the css positions of each of the items.
Hopefully that will help
I can't think of a simple way to do this to be brutally honsest.
I would write a "robots" style script that pulls the HTML of the page as text then reads it and parses it and logs all of the...
Obviously make sure your web server supports php, but most usually do.
A good resource for beginner information is the w3schools website found at www.w3schools.com/php/
This should let you know...
It seems the PHP array only has 5 items if that is what is displaying?
What does the actual HTML output of the page look like? Go to the web page and right click and view source.