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How do you obtain more than one TAG when recursing a document? What I am asking is how whould I extract a TABLE following the "A" link below? In other words, once I find a href link....move next extract the table following it so I can print both the link AND the first TABLE that follows after it!


Dim alink As HTMLLinkElement
Dim table As HTMLLinkElement
 
  For Each alink In WebBrowser1.Document.getElementsByTagName("A")
' just need to figure out how to get the table below the LINK!

debug.print alink
   
  Next
 
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by:ohmeohmy
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That sample wasn't any help.

How can I just check for a match in a loop to the elements? Like this:

Dim alink As HTMLLinkElement
Dim bfound as Boolean

  For Each alink In WebBrowser1.ALL

'Check if alink is a "A" tag then grab its text
' set a boolean to true if "A" has been found then
'next loop grab the "TABLE" text and set boolean = false and continue looking
'for the next "A" link

  Next

How difficult is it to make this work?

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Well you were asking about recursing a document, and that is exactly what that sample does.  Now that your question is more clear, we can proceed.  The only way to really do this is iterate over all elements in order, and flagging when you find your anchor element and then searching for your table.  Example:


Dim eleAny      As HTMLObjectElement
Dim doc         As HTMLDocument
Dim blnFound    As Boolean
Dim i           As Integer


Set doc = WebBrowser1.Document

For i = 0 To doc.All.length - 1
    Set eleAny = doc.All(i)
   
    If TypeName(eleAny) = "HTMLAnchorElement" Then
        blnFound = True
       
        Do Until blnFound = False Or i = doc.All.length
            i = i + 1
            Set eleAny = doc.All(i)
           
            If TypeName(eleAny) = "HTMLTable" Then
                'found the next table - process here
                blnFound = False
            End If
        Loop
    End If
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