If I look at the page source, the info I’m looking for is not there. I know the info is there because in firefox when I select this part and right-click ‘show selection source’ it shows me the data I want (DOM source of selection).
Does anyone know how I can get to that DOM view from jit.uldl?
I can’t see on that page how where it says how many people "like" it. I can see the number of people attending the event though. It might be a sign in problem. You can’t always see certain information on facebook if you’re not signed in or a member of a certain group ("like"-er of a page now, I think).
There’s no way as far as I know using [jit.uldl] to sign in so you can view what would otherwise be hidden data. If you can find a page that shows the information and is publicly visible then you might have more luck.
there is no "like" for events, but facebook does have a nice machine-readable (JSON) api that lets you get whatever information it is you want. For the general information about the event above, use: http://graph.facebook.com/125962647450981