Thanks Shane for a great example.
To Those Interested in Learning about XPath:
Defining a XPath can be challenging, but in this case it is straight-forward.
All of the HTML
meta tags are in the
<header>. . .</header> block. So with the web page open in Chrome, press ⌘⌥
I to open the Chrome Dev Tools showing the HTML elements of the page. Expand the
<header> block to view its elements.
You can either visually scan for the meta tag of interest, or use Find (⌘F), in this case for “price”. It is the second occurance found:
While “name” and “content” are the most common key/value pairs, sometimes other attributes are used. So you may need to adjust accordingly.