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How can I get this div content with IE library ?

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trinitrotoluen

Hi how can I get this div content with IE library ? That in FF library I can use Xpath.

<div style="padding: 10px 0pt 0pt; width: 400px;">

We will need some informations from you in order to help you.

</div>

How can I get that string 'We will need some informations from you in order to help you.' ?

Thank !

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Juvigy

$oIE = _IECreate("page")
    $oDoc = _IEDocGetObj($oIE)
    $oArray = $oDoc.getElementsByTagName ("div")
    For $element In $oArray
        If $element.style ="padding: 10px 0pt 0pt; width: 400px;"  Then msgbox(0,"",$element.innerText)
    Next

Not tested but it should work.

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DaleHohm

Same code simplified slightly using more _IE functions:

$oIE = _IECreate("page")
$oDivs = _IETagnameGetCollection($oIE, "div")
For $oDiv In $oDivs
        If String($oDiv.style) ="padding: 10px 0pt 0pt; width: 400px;"  Then msgbox(0, "", $oDiv.innerText)
Next

Also, using String function to force a string comparison (if $oDiv.style is blank, you will do a numeric comparison since it returns 0)

Dale


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