Example 3: Scraping Images from a Website

In this example, we'll demonstrate how to use BeautifulSoupOnline.com to scrape images from a website.


  1. Visit the home.
  2. Paste the HTML code of the webpage containing the images you want to scrape into the "Input HTML" field.
  3. Inspect the HTML structure of the webpage to identify the image elements.
  4. Enter CSS selectors or XPath expressions in the "CSS Selector" field to target the image elements.
  5. Click the "Parse" button to see the extracted images.


Let's say you want to scrape images from the following HTML:

<div id="image-container">
    <img src="image1.jpg" alt="Image 1">
    <img src="image2.jpg" alt="Image 2">
    <img src="image3.jpg" alt="Image 3">

You can use the CSS selector "#image-container img" to target these image elements.

Now, paste the HTML code into the "Input HTML" field and enter "#image-container img" into the "CSS Selector" field on BeautifulSoupOnline.com. Click "Parse" to see the extracted images.