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Python 3 Web Development Beginner's Guide by Michel Anders

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Time for action examining the HTML markup

Let's have a look at how the HTML markup produced by the index() method looks:

 <table class="entitylist" start="0" page="10"> <thead> <tr> <th class="sorted-desc">id</th> <th class="sorted-asc">Size</th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> <tr id="86"><td>86</td><td>7702</td></tr> <tr id="14"><td>14</td><td>12331</td></tr> <tr id="72"><td>72</td><td>17013</td></tr> <tr id="7"><td>7</td><td>26236</td></tr> <tr id="12"><td>12</td><td>48481</td></tr> <tr id="10"><td>10</td><td>63060</td></tr> <tr id="15"><td>15</td><td>64824</td></tr> <tr id="85"><td>85</td><td>69352</td></tr> <tr id="8"><td>8</td><td>84442</td></tr> <tr id="53"><td>53</td><td>94749</td></tr> </tbody> </table> <form method="GET" action="."> <div class="buttonbar"> ...

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