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Clicking a web page button

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athanatis

I want to make a script that would click a button on a webpage, but I can't simply set the mouse to click at a particular spot because the button isn't always in the same place on the page. But it always has the same name. To be exact, the html for the button always looks like this:

<input type=button value="Start Research !" name=yr37lq onclick="xgrpqn(yr37lq);">

Someone said that I could use ControlClick or ControlSend, but I can't find the properties of the button. When I use AutoIt Window Info on the webpage, the ID and Text are both blank. I tried using CLASS:Button; TEXT:Research This ! for the ControlID, but it doesn't work. Can anyone help me with this?

Thanks in advance.

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big_daddy

Look in the help file for _IE* functions. You will find some good examples there at should get you started.

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athanatis

Cool thanks, I'll try it out.

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