I've tried countless possibilities on how to get it, but I can't seem to grab it.
Here's part of the HTML section of the contents I'm trying to scrape. In this case I'd want the 6.58
$6.58 <span style="float: right; color: #8BD442">
<img src="/static/images/icon/up.png" /> 0.76% </span>
<div class="item-details">Helm: +31% Extra Gold from Monsters<br>
Weapon: Critical Hit Damage Increased by 100%<br>
Other: +58 Dexterity<br>
Item Level: 66</div>
I'm using python with the BeautifulSoup extension... Here's the section of my code relevant to the price. I've already managed to get several other information on the items im scraping but the price is giving me headaches.
# Grab the price to the price of the item using REGEX priceString = '<<I REALLY DONT KNOW WHAT TO PUT HERE ANYMORE>>' FinderPrice = re.compile(priceString) # Store all of the prices found findPrice = re.findall(FinderPrice,webpage)
I even tried getting all of the content inside the <h3> tags and that still gives me a blank result. I was thinking that maybe it's because there is a $ character and that signals the end(?).
priceString = '<h3>(.*)</h3>'
Any help is really appreciated.
Edited by Donald., 21 December 2012 - 11:34 PM.