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I use this code

$ifrs = _IETagNameGetCollection($oIE, "iframe")

MsgBox(0, 1, @extended)

Local $ifr

For $ifr In $ifrs

MsgBox(0, 1, $ifr.id)

If $ifr.id == "canvas_frame" Then ExitLoop

Next

MsgBox(0, 1, $ifr.id)

$divs = _IETagNameGetCollection($ifr, "div") ; get no divs here

MsgBox(0, 1, @extended&"div start")

but I can't get any divs at line $divs = _IETagNameGetCollection($ifr, "div")

Please help,

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Since you didn't post much of a proper code, so I suggest replacing '==' in your script with '=', I think that's alright?

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Since you didn't post much of a proper code, so I suggest replacing '==' in your script with '=', I think that's alright?

You're wrong, '==' is right. I have no problem with it. But I have problem with $divs = _IETagNameGetCollection($ifr, "div").

$ifr is ok but I can't get any divs inside it. This is my problem.

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Look in the help file for functions that start with _IEFrame ;)...the function itself is not litteraly '_ieframe*'

_IEFrameGetObjByName

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