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IExplorer Problem, posting

Posted on 2003-11-08
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Hi

I have the following code:
Private Sub IE_BeforeNavigate2(ByVal pDisp As Object, URL As Variant, Flags As Variant, TargetFrameName As Variant, PostData As Variant, Headers As Variant, Cancel As Boolean)
    If InStr(LCase(IE.Document.activeElement.innerHTML), "<input") Then
        modMain.LoadingForm = True
        Dim x As String
        x = vbCrLf & "=== save_form," & IE.Document.activeElement.Form.Action
           
        Loginfo.addCurrentCheck x
        Dim count As Integer
        For count = 1 To IE.Document.activeElement.Form.elements.length
            Loginfo.addSetInput Y & "_form", IE.Document.activeElement.Form.Item(count).Name, IE.Document.activeElement.Form.Item(count).Value
        Next count
    End If
End Sub

If the active element is an input, then a form is being posted. In which case, i want to get the url being posted to and send it to as an arguement  addcurrentcheck.

Its not working but i dont know why.


Thanks,

Todd.
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gimmeadrink earned 500 total points
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I can see two problems

a)     If InStr(LCase(IE.Document.activeElement.innerHTML), "<input") Then

you wouldnt find "<input xxxx />" in side an element that can be active... that is, i assume that an active element that can cause a navigate are form elements, in which case <input> can not be inside the HTML for that element. I suggest changing it to .outerHTML

b)        For count = 1 To IE.Document.activeElement.Form.elements.length

Id suggest "For count = 0 To ....."

HTH
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by:toddismyname
ID: 9708893
Thanks a lot for that.... ur a champ... u have no idea how long i wasted on this problem ;p
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