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I'm trying to find a nested table row where the bgcolor is set to red and return the link that exist within that row.

As I have understood you can not use something like ETagNameGetCollection because the table is inside another table or am I wrong about that? I's there another way to grab the link?

The HTML code looks something like this:

<TABLE CELLSPACING='0' CELLPADDING='0' BORDER='0' BGCOLOR='red' onmouseover="this.style.backgroundColor='#8fc2cf';" onmouseout="this.style.backgroundColor='red';" STYLE='width:870px;height:14px; border-left:2px solid #d4d4d4;border-right:2px solid #d4d4d4;'><TR><TD STYLE='width:100px;'>&nbsp;<A HREF='' onclick='tdwlhand()'>2008-10-21</A></TD><TD STYLE='width:280px;'>sudo</TD><TD STYLE='width:300px;'><A HREF='index.php?tddeid=34'>bl 2</A><TD STYLE='width:100px;'>bl 3</TD><TD STYLE='width:35px;'></TD><TD STYLE='width:55px;'>&nbsp;<IMG SRC="layout/remove.gif" border="0" onclick="alert('VARNING')";></A></TD></TD></TR></TABLE>

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I'm trying to find a nested table row where the bgcolor is set to red and return the link that exist within that row.

As I have understood you can not use something like ETagNameGetCollection because the table is inside another table or am I wrong about that? I's there another way to grab the link?

The HTML code looks something like this:

<TABLE CELLSPACING='0' CELLPADDING='0' BORDER='0' BGCOLOR='red' onmouseover="this.style.backgroundColor='#8fc2cf';" onmouseout="this.style.backgroundColor='red';" STYLE='width:870px;height:14px; border-left:2px solid #d4d4d4;border-right:2px solid #d4d4d4;'><TR><TD STYLE='width:100px;'>&nbsp;<A HREF='' onclick='tdwlhand()'>2008-10-21</A></TD><TD STYLE='width:280px;'>sudo</TD><TD STYLE='width:300px;'><A HREF='index.php?tddeid=34'>bl 2</A><TD STYLE='width:100px;'>bl 3</TD><TD STYLE='width:35px;'></TD><TD STYLE='width:55px;'>&nbsp;<IMG SRC="layout/remove.gif" border="0" onclick="alert('VARNING')";></A></TD></TD></TR></TABLE>
You can get tags within the table, just get a reference to the correct table first, then use the table object for where to get the tag collection from:
$colTRows = _IETagNameGetCollection($oTable, "TR")

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