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in reply to extracting sub elements from DOM by class

I'm not familiar with Mojo::DOM but this is how I would do it using HTML::TreeBuilder::XPath. If you don't know them already you will need to learn some Xpath expressions, but that is a useful thing to know.

Note that <i class="fa fa fa-phone"></i> does not actually contain the phone number - it is a FontAwesome element that displays an icon - so you need to go up one level to get the content: $phone_icon->parent->as_text. Same goes for all the other FontAwesome elements.

You may need to add checks for elements that are missing in some members. PS: I had to fix the image source in your example.

use Data::Dumper; use HTML::TreeBuilder::XPath; my $data = join '', <DATA>; my $tree = HTML::TreeBuilder::XPath->new; $tree->parse($data); $tree->eof; my %members; my @items = $tree->findnodes('//ul[@id="members-list"]/li'); for my $item (@items) { my ($member_link) = $item->findnodes('div/div[@class="item-title"] +/a'); my $member = $member_link->as_text; my ($avatar_img) = $item->findnodes('div[@class="item-avatar"]/a/i +mg'); my $avatar = $avatar_img->attr('src'); my ($phone_icon) = $item->findnodes('div//i[@class="fa fa fa-phone +"]'); my $phone = $phone_icon->parent->as_text; my ($mobile_icon) = $item->findnodes('div//i[@class="fa fa fa-mobi +le-phone"]'); my $mobile = $mobile_icon->parent->as_text; $members{$member} = { 'avatar_url' => $avatar, 'fa fa fa-phone' => $phone, 'fa fa fa-mobile-phone' => $mobile, }; } print Dumper(\%members); __DATA__ <ul id="members-list" class="item-list" role="main"> <li> <div class="item-avatar"> <a href="https://intra.example.com/coworkers/dantealighier +i/"><img src="SRCURL"></a> <span class="member-role">Sottoscrittore</span> + </div> <!-- .item-avatar --> <div class="item"> <div class="item-title"> <a href="https://intra.example.com/coworkers/dantealig +hieri/" class="heading"><h3>Dante Alighieri</h3></a> + </div> <div class="item-meta"><span class="activity">active 6 + days ago, 19 hours ago</span></div> <div class="woffice-xprofile-list"> <span><i class="fa fa fa-phone"></i>011111111</spa +n> <span><i class="fa fa fa-mobile-phone"></i>3333333 +33</span> <span><i class="fa fa fa-envelope-o"></i>dante.ali +ghieri@example.com</span> <span><i class="fa fa fa-check"></i>Poets and Writ +ers</span> </div> </div> <div class="action"></div> <div class="clear"></div> </li> <li> <div class="item-avatar"> <a href="https://intra.example.com/coworkers/francescopetr +arca/"><img src="SRCURL"></a> <span class="member-role">Sottoscrittore</span> + </div> <!-- .item-avatar --> <div class="item"> <div class="item-title"> <a href="https://intra.example.com/coworkers/francesco +ptetrarca/" class="heading"><h3>Francesco Petrarca</h3></a> + </div> <div class="item-meta"><span class="activity">active 7 + days ago, 22 hours ago</span></div> <div class="woffice-xprofile-list"> <span><i class="fa fa fa-phone"></i>02222222</span +> <span><i class="fa fa fa-mobile-phone"></i></span> <span><i class="fa fa fa-envelope-o"></i>francesco +.petrarca@example.com</span> <span><i class="fa fa fa-check"></i>Poets and Writ +ers</span> </div> </div> <div class="action"></div> <div class="clear"></div> </li> </ul>

Output:

$VAR1 = { 'Dante Alighieri' => { 'avatar_url' => 'SRCURL', 'fa fa fa-phone' => '011111111' 'fa fa fa-mobile-phone' => '333333333' }, 'Francesco Petrarca' => { 'avatar_url' => 'SRCURL' 'fa fa fa-phone' => '02222222', 'fa fa fa-mobile-phone' => '' } };