I want to scrape data from the cinch.co.uk website. I am using Python with BeautifulSoup4 and Request libraries.
I cannot able to webscrape rating percentage from amazon product page. I am getting only null values. Here is my code
I am trying to extract 2 sets of data from:
using a python script and drop it into a list or dictionary. I’ve tried Selenium and BeautifulSoup as well as request.
All of them return an empty:  or None. I’ve been at this all day with no success. I have tried to use the full xpath as well to try to index the location of the text, which had the same result. Any help at this point would be much appreciated.
I am trying to extract text from a find all function in beautiful soup 4 but I don’t know how to do this, here is my current code that is not working. I have read the docs but still do not see or understand anything that is said in it. Here is a minimal reproducible example of my problem:
I used BeautifulSoup in Python for extract the previous price on an Amazon page, but the code that i used prints the current price and not the previous price.
I would like to scrape the fund price and date of the following url: https://www.blackrock.com/sg/en/products/241427/blackrock-cont-european-flexible-d4rf-gbp-fund
and put these values in a table:
I am creating a project that scrapes indeeds website and it was working fine but when I ran it today, all of a sudden without having made any changes, instead of returning the entire page of results, it no only displays the first result in duplicates. May someone help me correct this
I want to find the content inside the following tag:
I am trying to parse a webpage with a bunch of untagged text using BeautifulSoup. As seen in the example below, the pattern is a name in STRONG tags, followed by a series of untagged text interleaved with line breaks. At the end of each “group” of text there is an <hr> tag to denote the beginning of the next section.
I am scraping a website using beautifulsoup & python, which has more than 100 span tags. I want to remove 2 consecutive span tag, where the first span tag has text element “READ MORE:” and the second span tag is some string.