use WWW::Mechanize::Firefox qw();
use HTML::TreeBuilder::LibXML qw();
my $mech = WWW::Mechanize::Firefox->new;
my $tree = HTML::TreeBuilder::LibXML->new;
my $name = $tree->findvalue('/html/body/div/div/div/div/div/div/div
Which Chrome "Inspect element" sees, and the Selenium IDE sets every time -- but when I try to run against WWW:Mechanize it shows NO content, and the Selenium packages state that element does not exist.
Forgive me if the solution is obvious, but I *have* read the other posts -- and tried the code -- and have had no success.
Thats because you need to get() the JSON data which contains the actual table you want to scrape. The content you are getting is only the page that contains the JS functions and there should also be the ajax link in there you can use to get the actual data.
Once you get that link, get() it then parse the data from there.