I need to select HTMLElement:
HtmlElement el = (HtmlElement)DOC.GetElementById("_ctl0__ctl0_rcList_rList__ctl2_lFooterText");
But part of this element differs by page - _ctl0__ctl0_rcList_rList__ctl2, _ctl0__ctl0_rcList_rList__ctl3.
I need to select from page an Element which ends with "_lFooterText".
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