Is there a way to search the “data-ftjson” of an HTML element using Selenium for Python?
I am trying to find a button on a website that will change based on the date. The button will always have the "newreq = yes" identifier present in the "data-ftjson" portion of its element. I need a way to check for this element and then click the button. The screenshot below shows the HTML element of said button. I am using the Selenium WebDriver in Python. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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add the class name of your "a" element. In order to get an attribute value, you can use the method "get_attribute("element_name")
linkElement = driver.find_element_by_xpath("//a[contains(@class,'THE CLASS NAME')]") attributeValue = linkElement.get_attribute("data-ftjson") stringElement = "\"newreq\":\"yes\"" if (stringElement in attributeValue): #do something else: #do something #or by json for this you need to import json jsonValue = attributeValue['newreq'] if jsonValue == 'yes': #do something else: #do something