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Compare and print HTML DOM diffs

 
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Hey guys, I am pretty struggling with this task. I want to run a program that compares 2 HTMLs and prints the diffs in its DOMS.
the diffs that interest me are - which elements were deleted, which were added, and which changed location?

I came across Jsoup and thought of combining it with selenium but couldn't really understand how and I struggle with it. I dont mind to use any other lib

My goal is to track the URL layout, so I need to know
1. How do initially save the URL layout?
2. How do I compare the "original" saved layout, with the new "production up to date" layout and print the relevant diffs?

Thanks!!
 
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