Simple Automatic XIXL Generator
What this utility does: it fetches pretty well any page on the web and parses out those hyperlinks which use basic HTML syntax. It then divides the results into groups of ten (if there are a lot) and creates a basic XIXL index. This index can, theoretically, be fed straight into any of our java menus and will display a working menu for you. However you may wish to edit the results further before final use.
What this utility does not do: it does not do all your work for you, nor does it prepare a beautiful and ready-to-use index exactly as you would want it. You may have to change the order of the hyperlinks, regroup them, edit the labels, and so on. A good tool for this is Windows Notepad. Also, the utility does not follow hyperlinks, drilling into new pages. You have to type in the URL of each page into this utility. However this utility does save you a lot of initial typing and shows you the correct syntax for creating a XIXL index of your page. It gets you started.
Enter the full URL of the site and page you wish to parse below. You must start with the http:// protocol.