LxmlLinkExtractor is the recommended link extractor with handy filtering
options. It is implemented using lxml’s robust HTMLParser.
allow (a regular expression (or list of)) – a single regular expression (or list of regular expressions)
that the (absolute) urls must match in order to be extracted. If not
given (or empty), it will match all links.
deny (a regular expression (or list of)) – a single regular expression (or list of regular expressions)
that the (absolute) urls must match in order to be excluded (ie. not
extracted). It has precedence over the allow parameter. If not
given (or empty) it won’t exclude any links.
allow_domains (str or list) – a single value or a list of string containing
domains which will be considered for extracting the links
deny_domains (str or list) – a single value or a list of strings containing
domains which won’t be considered for extracting the links
deny_extensions (list) – a single value or list of strings containing
extensions that should be ignored when extracting links.
If not given, it will default to the
IGNORED_EXTENSIONS list defined in the scrapy.linkextractor
restrict_xpaths (str or list) – is a XPath (or list of XPath’s) which defines
regions inside the response where links should be extracted from.
If given, only the text selected by those XPath will be scanned for
links. See examples below.
tags (str or list) – a tag or a list of tags to consider when extracting links.
Defaults to ('a','area').
attrs (list) – an attribute or list of attributes which should be considered when looking
for links to extract (only for those tags specified in the tags
parameter). Defaults to ('href',)
canonicalize (boolean) – canonicalize each extracted url (using
scrapy.utils.url.canonicalize_url). Defaults to True.
unique (boolean) – whether duplicate filtering should be applied to extracted