Thank you very much!
Just tried the both approaches, it works even if the last h2-tag is missing ( appears in about 10 pages from > 400, for which I used the following workaround:
my @solution_2 = $content->findvalues( './h2/preceding-sibling::*'
unless ( @solution_2 )
@solution_2 = $content->findvalues( '//hr/preceding-sibling::*' );
... with substr as before ...
Fortunately they have only one hr-tag in the page :-)
With your approach it is not necessary anymore.
BTW the content after
is not important.
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