I'm trying to scrape a javascript website. The website contains a list of products and I need to find out a specific product through this list. All product names are between strong brackets from an HTML perspective.

example: <strong>product name</strong>

I'm able to find only the first product in the list using this code below, how can I find other products ?

from selenium import webdriver
from selenium.webdriver.chrome.options import Options
import time

my_url = 'https://order.koomi.com/comptoir-sainte-cecile-VwRWLYwwkd/fr/2018030601/takeout/menu/vins-rouges-36?fbclid=IwAR0jMjQtHoZyNLSlafvvPKHn9OkNMsCN4BdAjgfaigdVvyed3aZRS0Ij4tw'
    chrome_options = Options()
    driver = webdriver.Chrome("/home/pi/chromedriver")
    #htmlSource = driver.page_source
    entries = driver.find_element_by_xpath('//strong')
  • 2
    Welcome to the community. find_element_by_xpath() only finds 1 instance. Have you tried find_elements_by_xpath()? This will put all found entries into an array.
    – Lee Jensen
    Dec 1, 2021 at 20:51
  • it does but instead of having product name it returns the code below for each product.<selenium.webdriver.remote.webelement.WebElement (session="64c8ef24cac37169cfd92572fc1937c4", element="83a11039-9c74-4e89-905b-d254b9796456")>
    – DBL
    Dec 2, 2021 at 13:56

1 Answer 1


To get all the content within every <strong></strong> tag in a web page, here is a sample code in Java:

//Get list of web-elements with tagName  - strong
 List<WebElement> allProducts = driver.findElements(By.tagName("strong"));
 //Traversing through the list and printing its text
 for(WebElement product:allProducts){

You can use something on the similar lines in Python.


I haven't tried this personally, but based on online search I've got this for Python,

list = driver.find_elements_by_tag_name('strong')

for li in list:

You can try and let me know if that works.

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