One of the nice things about Mojo::DOM is the support for CSS Selectors (see the Mojo docs section Learning Web Technologies). You don;t have to figure these out for yourself, you can use your browsers 'developer tools' GUI to click on things and copy their CSS selector/path. Searching for a tutorial for whatever browser you use should produce many videos/tutorials demoing this sort of thing. The selectors aren't always optimal, just looking at the HTML source can often point to much shorter selectors in many cases. Mojo::UserAgent makes it fairly simple to send data to web interfaces, and the return object contains the resulting DOM (->res->dom above) which you can then use to display/capture whatever data you like. Give it a shot and let me know if you have any problems.