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If you find jQuery is found on a site, you must be careful when scraping it. jQuery is adept at dynamically creating HTML content that appears only after the JavaScript is executed. If you scrape the page’s content using traditional methods, you will retrieve only the preloaded page that appears before the JavaScript has created the content (we’ll cover this scraping problem in more detail in “Ajax and Dynamic HTML”).

In addition, these pages are more likely to contain animations, interactive content, and embedded media that might make scraping challenging.


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possibly relevant for dynamically loaded content such as statistics tables, such as kicker.de