Ok, this clarifies a lot. The as_trimmed_text worked just fine. I tried commenting the detach line, and like you said, it'll print the title twice. But then, it seems like you have seen something I completely overlooked. The strike attribute is only for dates that have been removed, that's why I didn't see it before... but still when I execute the script, the date shows up. Is it a matter of using an if statement?... Because it looks to me that the foreach my $info ( $trip->findnodes( './/p[@class="itinerari-info"]//span[@class != "note" and @class != "strike"]')) should take care of it. mmmm I'm thinking of unless but those are only assumptions... I'll let you know if I fix this, even though probably...eventually, I'll be crying out for help xD. Anyway, thank very much for your time and your patience.
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