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VB.NET webbrowser Span Class CLICK

Posted on 2011-09-02
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Hi all.
On webform i have this link
<span class="mceEditorOff">HTML-edit</span>

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How i can click this link using webbrowser and button?????
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Question by:MrReplica
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Expert Comment

by:Luis Pérez
ID: 36472508
Sorry, but... what link? That's a span.
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by:MrReplica
ID: 36472512
ok.span.but i need to click it
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Expert Comment

by:mohammad827
ID: 36472513
First it is not a link. It is just some text displayed. If you want click on it then do following
<span class="mceEditorOff" onclick="gotoPage()">HTML-edit</span>
<script>
function gotoPage(){
window.location.href='some url';
}
</script>

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by:MrReplica
ID: 36472551
i don't need to open a  new page.i need only click this span with a button in my application.
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Expert Comment

by:mohammad827
ID: 36472566
Well then
<span id="myspan" class="mceEditorOff">HTML-edit</span>
<script>
function calledByButton(){
var mySpn = document.getElementById('mySpan');
mySpan.click();
}

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Expert Comment

by:mohammad827
ID: 36472575
or Something like this
// invoke fireEvent() on object whose ID is passed as parameter
function doFire(objID) {
    var newEvt = document.createEventObject()
    newEvt.button = 3
    document.all(objID).fireEvent("onclick", newEvt)
    // don't let button clicks bubble
    event.cancelBubble = true
}

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Expert Comment

by:Luis Pérez
ID: 36472602
Ok.

First of all, you need to give your span a ID:
<span id="mySpan" class="mceEditorOff">HTML-edit</span>

You can perform a virtual click via webBrowser this way:
Me.WebBrowser1.Document.GetElementById("mySpan").InvokeMember("click")

Hope that helps.
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Author Comment

by:MrReplica
ID: 36472844
sorry,but it doesn't has any Id
it's all
<span class="mceEditorOff">HTML-edit</span>

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mohammad827 earned 500 total points
ID: 36472919
Well then u need find the element by attribute name and value. Something like this has to be called from button click
function getMySpanByClass(){
    var arrElements = document.getElementsByTagName('span');
	var oCurrent;
	for(var i=0; i<arrElements.length; i++){
	    oCurrent = arrElements[i];
	    oAttribute = oCurrent.getAttribute("class");
		if("mceEditorOff" == oCurrent.className){
			oCurrent.click();
			break;
		}
	}
}

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Author Comment

by:MrReplica
ID: 36472938
i have just tryed this
 Private Sub Button4_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button4.Click
        Dim A As Integer = NumericUpDown1.Value
        Dim doc1 = WebBrowser1.Document
        doc1.GetElementsByTagName("SPAN")(A).InvokeMember("click")
    End Sub

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it's working,but the value il always different
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Expert Comment

by:mohammad827
ID: 36472997
You code does not guarantee which span would be returned. There could be multiple SPAN tag in the page. Unles you ensure that the SPAN tags are rendered exactly same as your drop-down member count.
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Author Comment

by:MrReplica
ID: 36473018
can u please translate ur code in VB.NET ?
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by:MrReplica
ID: 36478704
UP
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Author Comment

by:MrReplica
ID: 36518606
UPPPPPPPP
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Expert Comment

by:mohammad827
ID: 36521112
Sorry can't convert to VB.Net. It is logical so you shud be able to do it if you want.
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Author Closing Comment

by:MrReplica
ID: 36967582
not vb.net
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