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how do i post to a form with no id using ie?

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lionfaggot

So, i use google chrome's "inspect element" option to get the id of forms, however several forms i wish to automate have no id. is there a way to post to a form using some other method? should be possible although i do not know how id go about doing this, thanks

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lionfaggot

upon further investigation i found _IEFormElementGetCollection() whiich would allow me to loop through forms in chronological order, hopefully this works

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lionfaggot

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DaleHohm

Use the index parameter of _IEFormGetCollection()

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