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  16. The first for loop grabs all article blocks from the Latest Posts section, and the second loop only follows the Next link I’m highlighting with an arrow.
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  18. When you write a selective crawler like this, you can easily skip most crawler traps!
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  20. You can save the code to a local file and run the spider from the command line, like this:
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  22. $scrapy runspider sejspider.py
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  24. Or from a script or jupyter notebook.
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  26. Here is the example log of the crawler run:
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  28. Traditional crawlers extract and follow all links from the page. Some links will be relative, some absolute, some will lead to other sites, and most will lead to other pages within the site.
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  30. The crawler needs to make relative URLs absolute before crawling them, and mark which ones have been visited to avoid visiting again.
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  32. A search engine crawler is a bit more complicated than this. It is designed as a distributed crawler. This means the crawls to your site don’t come from one machine/IP but from several.
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  34. This topic is outside of the scope of this article, but you can read the Scrapy documentation to learn about how to implement one and get an even deeper perspective.
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  36. Now that you have seen crawler code and understand how it works, let’s explore some common crawler traps and see why a crawler would fall for them.
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  38. How a Crawler Falls for Traps
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  40. I compiled a list of some common (and not so common) cases from my own experience, Google’s documentation and some articles from the community that I link in the resources section. Feel free to check them out to get the bigger picture.
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  42. A common and incorrect solution to crawler traps is adding meta robots noindex or canonicals to the duplicate pages. This won’t work because this doesn’t reduce the crawling space. The pages still need to be crawled. This is one example of why it is important to understand how things work at a fundamental level.
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  44. Session Identifiers
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  46. Nowadays, most websites using HTTP cookies to identify users and if they turn off their cookies they prevent them from using the site.
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