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Dan asked on 27 Sep 2012, 09:32 PM
Hi,

I have a hash that I need to extract from the following piece of HTML code:
<div id="ui-drawn-box-33" class="ui-drawn-box-default-color ui-drawn-box ui-drawn-box-ad-space-5047ab4103840b1cc060fc76 ui-draggable ui-drawn-box-selected" style="position: absolute; z-index: 1001; left: 130.238px; top: 2111.51px; width: 43.3705px; height: 43.4372px;" adspaceid="5047ab4103840b1cc060fc76" boxindex="33" isexisting="true" boxdata="{"adId":81994562,"adSpaceId":"5047ab4103840b1cc060fc76","calculatedImageHash":"EJxY0NP*+RAbpU*lP3xgVoQb4pw=","isStatusDeleted":false,"isStatusUnidentifiable":false,"isAd":false,"isExisting":false,"isMoved":false,"isHouse":false,"isMarkedHouseViaExistingHash":false,"isSponsored":false,"isManuallyAdded":false,"isAnimated":false,"isExpanding":false,"isTaskbar":false,"isPopover":false,"isAutoCropped":true,"isDeleted":false,"isAutoTagged":false,"isFlash":false,"isNewFlag":false,"isFlagRemoved":false,"hasExistingFlag":false,"typeOfAd":"Image","adNotes":"","flagDate":null,"flagType":0,"flagName":null,"flagComments":null,"brands":[],"redirectUrls":null,"resolvedAdFlags":null,"id":33,"x1":0.2051,"y1":0.5493,"x2":0.2734,"y2":0.5606,"percentOfPage":0,"originalZIndex":967,"clientSideId":33}">
<img src="http://some url...adImageHash=EJxY0NP*+RAbpU*lP3xgVoQb4pw=" style="width: 43px; height: 43px; z-index: 967;">


I am having a difficult time extracting the "adImageHash" from the class "ui-drawn-box-selected," I cannot simply find by the div name because it is variable, can you guys please point me in the right direction?

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Byron
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answered on 02 Oct 2012, 11:15 PM
Hello Dan,

I recommend using find logic that combines a filter for an id that contains rather than equals the static portion of the ID with a filter that matches the appropriate class. Once you identify the proper element, you can extract the correct property.

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