12:39 pm, March 13, 2024

find a custom data attribute in simple html dom

locate the div based on a custom data attribute, in this case the data-field="regularMarketChange"

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<div data-field="regularMarketChange">content</div>


// basic usage
$tag_search = "[data-field=regularMarketChange]";
$found_item = $item->find($tag_search,0)->plaintext;

// add a test to check the item is not null and will not throw an error or warning
$tag_search = "[data-field=regularMarketChange]";
if(null !== $item->find($tag_search,0)) {
	$found_item = $item->find($tag_search,0)->plaintext;

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