Can I use Packetbeat and the ELK stack for network logs generated by a website button

I wrote a Python script to extract the network logs generated by clicking a button on a website using Selenium and store them in a file. I now want to use the ELK stack to visualize the logs.

I'm confused whether Packetbeat will work or is needed for this use case as I cannot figure out where to specify the url of the website, and how to even send my logs that are stored in a file already to Elasticsearch.

All documentation or articles I've viewed are about applications or system logs. I haven't found anything with regard to a web page.

My Python script for reference:

from selenium import webdriver
from import Service as ChromeService
from import ChromeDriverManager
from import By
from selenium.webdriver.common.desired_capabilities import DesiredCapabilities
import json
import pprint

capabilities = DesiredCapabilities.CHROME
capabilities["goog:loggingPrefs"] = {"performance": "ALL"}

chrome_options = webdriver.ChromeOptions()
chrome_options.add_experimental_option('excludeSwitches', ['enable-logging'])

driver = webdriver.Chrome(desired_capabilities=capabilities, options = chrome_options ,service=ChromeService(ChromeDriverManager().install()))

title = driver.title
submit_button = driver.find_element(By.LINK_TEXT, "Enterprise")
logs = driver.get_log("performance")

data = json.dumps(logs)
with open("log_entries.json", "w") as f:
# driver.quit()

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