This beautiful boy periodically updates his blog with pics. I want to automate the process of downloading his pics to my computer.
Let's say I want to download the 3 images from this entry in his blog.
Instead of right-clicking on each image, I would like to use a more automatic process.
httrack seems like the thing to use. (Let me know if there is anything else.)
It's a little tricky, because the address of the pics I'm trying to get are totally different. For example, the first of the three pics is located at http://stat.ameba.jp/user_images/20120120/20/maofish/3c/99/j/o0480063311745603530.jpg
I tried the following command:
httrack http://ameblo.jp/maofish/entry-11141191034.html -* +stat.ameba.jp/* -*.html -*.txt +*.jpg
It gets the files I'm looking for, but it also get some other stuff I'm not. The images are hard to find because when they are downloaded they are nested several directories deep.
What are the parameters to give to httrack to just get the images I'm interested in, and save them to the current directory so I don't have to search too hard for them? If there is a better tool to use, what is it?