Get HTML in processors node instand of content

I would like to get all HTML with tags and content in processors using “node.children”
Right now I can only get content inside a specific tag only, how can I get all content with HTML?

in below code I would like to get all content inside div with class=“our-work-items”

<div class="our-work-items">
   <div class="our-work-data-loop">
      <div>
         <div class="work-color"><span class="css-tamv0u">#b76398</span></div>
         <div class="our-work-item css-1abkh9n">
            <div class="our-work-content">
               <div class="work-title">
                  <h2><strong>We Provide Aid</strong><br><strong>To Vulnerable Jews</strong></h2>
               </div>
               <div class="work-count"><span>15,000</span></div>
               <div class="work-content">people will be helped by 7.4 on any given day.</div>
               <a class="work-link with-arrow action-link" href="#" target="">Learn more</a>
            </div>
            <div class="our-work-image">
               <noscript><img alt="" class="frontity-lazy-image" src="wp-content/uploads/2020/09/helped-by-7.4.jpg"/></noscript>
               <img alt="" data-src="wp-content/uploads/2020/09/helped-by-7.4.jpg" class="frontity-lazy-image" style="visibility:hidden">
            </div>
         </div>
      </div>
      <div>
         <div class="work-color"><span class="css-1210jyv">#00C1DE</span></div>
         <div class="our-work-item css-3xsjm">
            <div class="our-work-content">
               <div class="work-title">
                  <h2><strong>We Provide Aid</strong><br><strong>To Vulnerable Jews</strong></h2>
               </div>
               <div class="work-count"><span>15,000</span></div>
               <div class="work-content">people will be helped by 7.4 on any given day.</div>
               <a class="work-link with-arrow action-link" href="#" target="">Learn more</a>
            </div>
            <div class="our-work-image">
               <noscript><img alt="" class="frontity-lazy-image" src="wp-content/uploads/2020/09/helped-by-7.4.jpg"/></noscript>
               <img alt="" data-src="wp-content/uploads/2020/09/helped-by-7.4.jpg" class="frontity-lazy-image" style="visibility:hidden">
            </div>
         </div>
      </div>
   </div>
</div>

Hi @parth.nextbits

Welcome to the Frontity community. Great to see that you’re trying out Frontity.

You should be able to do what you want with the Html2React package. See our documentation here for more information on using the package together with processors.

Alternatively we have a video about this in our YouTube channel.

Hope this helps.