I've had one or two questions about using WebScraper. There's a short demo video here but if, like me, you prefer to cast your eye over some text and images rather than sit through a video, then here you go:
1. Type your website address (or starting url for the scan). Like Integrity / Scrutiny (Webscraper uses the same engine) the crawl will be limited to any 'directory' implied in the url.
2. Hit Next. The way that version 2.0 works is that you configure your output file, and the app crawls your site, collecting the data as it goes. This makes version 2 much more efficient than previous versions (it can scan bigger sites) but it does mean that if you want to change the configuration of your output file, you'll need to re-scan.
4. When the scan is complete, the export dialog will open. This is the only time that your output file will be saved. The Save Project option from the File Menu will only save your setup, not the scan data.
A common scenario is that the data you want isn't defined by a unique class or id. In these cases a regular expression can be used, there's a detailed tutorial here.