@ui4j I hit a snag. For my use case I am trying to get at logos on a web page and one of the problems is that logos are often set as css background images against an href. Wordpress.org is a good example. So the problem is that when I use .getDocument it is only returning the html which does not have reference to the css images. Ultimately I was hoping that by having the webkit render form I could get access to images in the final form by referencing the position. My logic being that i would be like right clicking and inspecting the element. Unfortunately I don't see clearly how I could reference an image like that. I could reference the href, but it's not clear how I would get at its calculated css to get the background-image attribute.