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Hi,

I'm making an script to open a web page . this page has 2 frames, and i can get some specific links, and make click on its. after clicking , the web page refresh, with another 2 frames and some specific links. But after refrsh my script can't get the links.......

$oIE = _IECreate("http://www.easyhits4u.com/surf.cgi",0,1)-----> the web page

    _IELoadWait($oIE)
    $oFrame = _IEFrameGetCollection ($oIE, 0)----> select the frame that i want



    $oLinks1=_IELinkGetCollection ($oFrame,1)-----> select the links
    $oLinks2=_IELinkGetCollection ($oFrame,2)
    $oLinks3=_IELinkGetCollection ($oFrame,3)                       <--------


    


    _IELinkClickByText($oFrame,$oLinks1.outertext,0,1)-----> click the links
    ;_IELinkClickByText($oFrame,$oLinks2.outertext,0,1)
    ;_IELinkClickByText($oFrame,$oLinks3.outertext,0,1)

         ------> After clicking the link the webpage refresh in another one with 2 frames and similar links,
                      but the next instrucction doesn`t work   <----------
        $oFrames = _IEFrameGetCollection ($oIE)

Any idea???

Thankyou very much, and sorry about my mad english

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Add _IEErrorHandlerRegister() to your script and watch for errors... if you see Access is denied, see the cross domain scripting link in my sig for description of security issues.

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