[python-win32] Clicking an li tag in Internet Explorer
bwillmarth at gmail.com
Fri Mar 18 01:39:22 CET 2011
I was wrong about them being links, the method does work as intended and I
was able to click the correct one using the className attribute:
liTags = ie.Document.getElementsByTagName("li")
for i in range(liTags.Length):
if liTags[i].className == "NextEnabled":
On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 8:13 PM, Blake Willmarth <bwillmarth at gmail.com>wrote:
> I am having trouble navigating the MS documentation to find out how to
> click an <li> element. I only have the class attribute name as the
> identifying feature: <li class="NextEnabled" onclick="..."/>
> The one hope I had was ie.Document.getElementsByTagName("li") but this
> seems to be only getting <a> tags.
> Any pointers would be really appreciated.
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