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Hi everybody,

I have a small problem. I want to click in an element, and I don't know how to do !! ?? !!

I am testing lots of fucntions ( _ielinkclikbytext(), byImage(), _ieaction()...) and the problem is always here !!

This is the element i want to click :

<INPUT class="inputTag_INFO idTag_TROUVER_EXPRESS" tabIndex=4 value=trouver type=submit jQuery1274360059959="20">

How can I clik here ??

Many thanks

Qui ose gagneWho Dares Win[left]CyberExploit[/left]

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Suggest you get a reference to the element and then use _IEAction, click.

Since the element has no ID or NAME, you'll want to use something like this if the page is static: _IETagnameGetCollection($oIE, "input", your-index-value-here)

If the page is not static (by this I mean that the index f the input element you want is not static) you'll need to use _IETagnameGetCollection and then loop through the elements looking for the one with the attributes you want.


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