I have seen in some documentation of PhantomJS that it can access the global "document" object but I don't know if it is also possible to access the global "window" object.
So my question is, is there a special way or I can just call the window object directly after I initialize a page using PhantomJS?
Problem courtesy of: Richeve BebedorSolution
Running phantomjs from a terminal gives you an interactive session you can play around with.
If you then run console.log(window) you'll see you have access to the window object.phantomjs> console.log(window); [object DOMWindow]
Solution courtesy of: Liam Newmarch