Can anyone please tell me how I can click on a single link when there multiple links available with the same name?
e.g. If the'Economy' link is repeated twice and I need to click on the second occurrence of the link. This scenario can be extended to more occurrances of links.
As far as I am aware 'index' is the property which distinghues links but I cannot rely on this property as there can be more links with the same name in future.
Get the link using SQAGetChildren and and keep it in a array and click the array[which link] and click the same.
Thanks for your email.
I have been using the SQAGetChildren property. I wasn't sure whether I was doing correct. Do you think there is any other way for achieving the purpose?
Also, can you please let me know how I can synchronize a webpage? I am currently using 'delayfor' and 'wait' commands, but they don't pick up real values.
If you use the DOM you can get the readystate of the browser to let you know when the page is done loading.
If you DO NOT use the DOM you can add a while loop that checks for a property on your webpage to appear or become valid letting you know the webpage is ready.
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