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I am trying to automate something in a web browser but i need some help with finding the html code to a web applet. How do I access the code.

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Internet Explorer or Chrome and yes I have.

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23 minutes ago, Danp2 said:

Not much to go on. Is the URL accessible to everyone? If so, please provide it so we can take a look.

It is not. Can I PM you the inspect source code?

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I don't know what the elements are because the html is inside an applet. I am looking for 7/20/2018 and 7/28/2018 that are links

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Still need help with this anyone know any info about this type of stuff?

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caramen

Btw i was working on some source code... 

 

I guess you can use the key F12 to get the dev tool and then, when you are inside the dev window press CTRL + F That will allow you to search directly into the source code. 

 

May that help you :)

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