list_of_li = find_elements(by='xpath', value='//ul/*') list_of_text_i_need = [x.find_element(by='xpath', value='//div/div/article/div/div/div/span').text for x in list_of_li]
This returns the proper number of values len(list_of_li) but every value in list_of_text_i_need is the .text of the very first li in list_of_li not the rest in the first list.
If I print the .text of list_of_li it gives me all the correct values that I’m trying to put into a list but when accessing it with the find_element by xpath it only finds the very first one.
Any help is of course appreciated.
find_elements on each element in
list_of_li, and get the
text of each of those elements with a nested list comprehension.
[y.text for x in list_of_li for y in x.find_elements(by='xpath', value='//div/div/article/div/div/div/span')]