I understand that I can fetch the textual contents of an XPath, as well as a URL by appending "href" when using that formula. But is there a way to retain all the corresponding HTML as well? In other words, let's say a standard XpathOnURL formula returned the following:
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog
I would instead like to fetch all the HTML associated with it as well, such as:
<a href="foo">The <b>quick brown fox</b> jumps over the lazy dog</a>
I'm aware of the HTMLFirst function, but I would like to target a specific section of the code with something like an XPath as well. Is this possible?