The attributes of Response object.
Content of response, in unicode.
Response.encoding is None and
chardet module is available, encoding of content will be guessed.
Content of response, in bytes.
A PyQuery object of the response's content. Links have made as absolute by default.
Refer to the documentation of PyQuery: https://pythonhosted.org/pyquery/
It's important that I will repeat, refer to the documentation of PyQuery: https://pythonhosted.org/pyquery/
A lxml object of the response's content.
The JSON-encoded content of the response, if any.
If there is any redirection during the request, here is the url you just submit via
A case insensitive dict holds the headers of response.
Messages when fetch error
Time used during fetching.
status_code is 200 and no error.
Encoding of Response.content.
If Response.encoding is None, encoding will be guessed by header or content or
Set encoding of content manually will overwrite the guessed encoding.
The object saved by
content returned by JS script
Raise HTTPError if status code is not 200 or