Parsers are designed to take a source object and extract some kind of data from them. There are a decent number of parsers. Ones prefixed with “Custom” have been written with specific sources in mind and we do not advise you use them unless they were written for your pages. Each parser has a name. This is just the display name that is used for you to manage the parser later. The types of parsers are:
- Source property: This pulls a value from the source object directly and applies to both CSV and HTML sources.
- Stripped HTML: This parser extracts a value from an HTML document using CSS. Only applies to HTML sources.
- CSV single-value: This parser extracts the contents of a cell in the row. Only applies to CSV sources.
- CSV multi-value: This parser extracts the contents of a cell in the row and breaks it apart into multiple values based on a separator. Only applies to CSV sources.