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  1. Hi, This is my first post and I would like to kick it off with a question I am trying to write a function that grabs the most relevant image from a website, however I encounter a few problems for which I need a bit of help for. To get into what I am trying to accomplish I suggest reading the article on : shareaholic This article describes quite in depth what you should do to grab the most relevant image from a website. Most functionality as described in that article are functional in my own program. just 32KB of images are fetched to get the headers so that i can calculate the width & height and aspect ratio. the array is sorted, big on top, small on bottom All OG Meta tags and Twitter Tags are found and stored in an array todo: compile a list of most used DIV ID for content, wordpress is using 'content' and other CMS's 'main' . etc etc With the information I should be able to grab the most relevant image from most websites, BUT... The thing that I encounter is that the biggest image is not always the most relevant image plus some ad images on certain websites have the perfect aspect ratio and are quite big, so I get wrong results. Did anyone here ever tried to do the same thing? and if so, how did you work around 'my' problem? Perhaps my approach is totally not correct. Thanks in advance, W//
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