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Denrie

read and evaluate Websides

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Hello,
i want too wright a script thats read the website and if the is al link with the text (Bob) it shut klick on it
or if it's not search for (Bread) and klick on it
but i am a bloody noob in scripting (or englisch)

Please help,

Denrie ;)

 

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Look at the _IE* functions in the help file.

There are plenty of examples to get you started.

Once you've attempted to accomplish what you wanted, it there are still issues, post back with the code and a detailed explanation on what you think is actually the issue and where you think it might be failing.


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

ahhh but how i can say do it in the opend webside not only in one

and did it go on firefox?

Local $oIE = _IE_Example("basic")
_IELinkClickByText($oIE, "user forum")

how to cange it?

and what of it is the link? basic or _IE_Example

Edited by Denrie

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Why don't you look at the examples and try them ;-)

; Create a browser window and navigate to a website

#include <IE.au3>

Local $oIE = _IECreate("www.autoitscript.com")

Also, if you want firefox there is a UDF (user defined function) called >ff.au3 that you can use.  It is a bit trickier so you will need to read that thread and dig into how it works.


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

but one question is till open

how i can say do it in the opend webside at internetexplorer

i only find create a webside

Edited by Denrie

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Read all the IE* functions in the help file.

To answer your question.

1.  Get the Internet explorer object; see _IEAttach

2.  Figure out what you want it to do; see the rest of the _IE* functions


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