What I have in mind is the following:
Load web page
Find two divs with specific class names
Extract the content of everything in between, except of the last div
The reason I’m asking for it to extract anything in between is that the most important div I need doesn’t have a class name assigned.
EDIT: Here’s some generic code of what the page looks like:
<div class="text1"> <p><b>Text 1.1</b><br> <b>Text 1.2</b></p> </div> <div> <p>Text without class which I also need.</p> </div> <div class="enddiv"> [content of enddiv] </div>
I need everything in between the divs text1 and enddiv, but not the contents of enddiv.
Welcome DeBedenHasen, If I understood you well you can do something like this:
// Select all elements from .text1 and so on const elements = document.querySelectorAll('.text1, .text1 ~ *') let string = '' // content will go here // Store all content before reach .enddiv for (const e of elements) if (e.getAttribute('class') == 'enddiv') break else string += e.textContent // Print the content document.body.innerHTML = string
Here you can check your example: https://jsfiddle.net/s4mv5c1b/
Hope this help 🙂