You can only get parent node using DOM. GetTOProperty parent will give you the Page object. So it gives the object which is the parent object in the description you specified. To get the object's parent you need to use DOM object and then access the parent node
I know how to do it using DOM but we want to run it in multi browser and DOM is not supported in all.
One thing you can do is make sure the case after .Object is correct. For example, use parentNode instead of ParentNode. A few other tips are specified in "Cross Browser Tests" chapter in Descriptive Programming Unplugged book.
Last edited by Anshoo Arora; 05-08-2013 at 09:27 AM.