I'm using the Python bindings to run Selenium WebDriver:
from selenium import webdriver wd = webdriver.Firefox()
I know I can grab a webelement like so:
elem = wd.find_element_by_css_selector('#my-id')
And I know I can get the full page source with…
But is there a way to get the "element source"?
elem.source # <-- returns the HTML as a string
The Selenium WebDriver documentation for Python are basically non-existent and I don't see anything in the code that seems to enable that functionality.
What is the best way to access the HTML of an element (and its children)?