CSS url() from stylesheet test page for pavuk

Note: this is a test page for pavuk, to see if it can correctly spider/collect the image urls specified in several CSS styles specified in a regular CSS style sheet. This test checks if pavuk correctly collects second level 'inline' URLs while using the -lmax maximum depth traversal command line option (versions up to 0.9.35 wouldn't).

The relevant code is located in the header of this page and looks like this:

<style type="text/css" media="screen" >
<!--
.style1_for_testing {
background: url("../../../../p13clip1.jpg");
}
-->
<![CDATA[
.style2_for_testing {
background: url("../../../../p13clip1.jpg");
}
]]>
<!--/*--><![CDATA[/*><!--*/
.style3_for_testing {
background: url("../../../../p13clip1.jpg");
}
/*]]>*/-->
</style>

Note that the stylesheet contains a style which produces a background image, which, if all things turn out well, should show up in the table below.

Visual Cues

When grabbed correctly (or when viewed 'in vitro' on the website itself) you MUST see the image in the box as described below, assuming your browser supports CSS (the ones that don't are extremely rare).

Background image Successful pavuk spider action & notes

RGB colour: #b2da28

image #1

This image will show up when pavuk properly and correctly collected the image from the url() specified in the style sheet—as said before on this page, depending on your browser, YMMV actually seeing this.

RGB colour: #b2da28

image #2

This image will show up when pavuk properly and correctly collected the image from the url() specified in the style sheet—as said before on this page, depending on your browser, YMMV actually seeing this.

RGB colour: #b2da28

image #3

This image will show up when pavuk properly and correctly collected the image from the url() specified in the style sheet—as said before on this page, depending on your browser, YMMV actually seeing this.

Remarks

Note also that similar tests, this time using style sheets, are also available:

Other test cases

We offer additional test cases for use with pavuk ('make check') on this site. These include: