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In my last post, Scraping Web Pages with cURL, I talked about what the cURL library can bring to the table and how we can use this library to create our own web spider class in PHP.

What I want to do in this tutorial is to show you how to use the cURL library to download nearly anything off of the web. In upcoming tutorials I will show you how to manipulate what you downloaded and extract whatever information that you want and either store that data in a database or save it on your server.

Creating a PHP Class –

Before we start talking about the cURL library, I first want to show you how to create a class in PHP. Classes are very useful in that they can hold a number of properties and functions and will allow use to easily reuse the code for better…

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