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Old 15 Aug 2020, 03:09
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Tim Wheatley Tim Wheatley is offline
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Originally Posted by Dave View Post
If you have the .html files in a relatively organized structure and format then it's possible by creating a custom PHP script that iterates over all the files.

This PHP script should utilize either the DOMDocument PHP class or regular expressions to get the content and to insert it properly into a database.
Thanks very much for the reply. I'm really interested to hear it may be possible. The backups were downloaded from archivarix_com, so the formatting is quite nice I think. I'll see what I can do in terms of using find/replace and uploading it as an archive at this point...
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