Depending on the website, it may be hard to select the data from which Sniffie table is populated. To help with this, you can traverse HTML tree up and down in Sniffie extension after table rendering. You need to have advanced mode enabled to use this feature.

Traversing up selects the closest parent (gets more data)

When you traverse up in HTML tree, Sniffie will select the closest parent element (W3Shools.com) from the element you clicked to select. That is, more often than not more data is selected.

Traversing down selects the first child (gets less data)

When you traverse up in HTML tree, Sniffie will select the closest child element (W3Schools.com) from the element you clicked to select. That is, more often than not less data is selected in rendering.

Try HTML traversal if you don’t get the data you need from your initial data selection

There’s no harm in trying. You will not break anything. 😊

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