Hmmm....ok, I'll have to take a look at that. See if it gets me anywhere near where I need it to be. I mostly use php to parse through stuff like xml or json, since they've got some nice built-in functions for that (for example: http://php.net/manual/en/function.xml-p ... struct.php), but things like ical/webcal feeds can be tricky at times. I don't really have an easy way to scrape a table though, so maybe that'll make things easier. Might also help with my player data spreadsheet. Usually I just copy the table and throw it into google docs, and I've then I've got formulas that draw up some charts showing players at each position that are at each "eligibility year", so I can fairly easily see who we're going to be losing/graduating after the season, and which positions are young and which are experienced.sealhall74 wrote: ↑Thu May 11, 2017 9:08 amWill get you the embed stuff. Also, you know about this little Google sheet magic, right? Put the following formula in a sheet cell and you can import any html TABLE. They also have a way to import XML (=IMPORTXML(URL, query)). I am not too good at that one but I have used it.
=IMPORTHTML("http://www.goleathernecks.com/calendar. ... ,"table",3)
Did not want that to turn into a link, but you get the idea
Thanks for the info.