Use .innerHTML to get the inside of the DOM node
Full code template for the custom JS variable
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It’s important to know that these scraping methods normally only work on the DOM ready. So once the DOM has loaded, we’ll be able to retrieve custom product title, not on the pageview. But here, it’s already alright on a pageview apparently. Let’s go over to another product.
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