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  1. OK, sorry, use this: ...

    OK, sorry, use this:


    document.forms[0].elements[2].click();
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    I'd second FileZilla, I use it all the time and...

    I'd second FileZilla, I use it all the time and I'm very happy with it.
  3. Can you edit the javascript? You could change...

    Can you edit the javascript?

    You could change clickButton code to:


    document.getElementsByName("accept")[0].click();
  4. Not to either the HTML or the Javascript?

    Not to either the HTML or the Javascript?
  5. Hi there, the code works fine if you replace the...

    Hi there,
    the code works fine if you replace the showid GET values with only the numeric parts on the first page, like this:



    <a href="Second_page.html?showid=14">First Row</a><br />
    <a...
  6. Hi Faja, I haven't tried your code but an...

    Hi Faja,
    I haven't tried your code but an obvious issue is that you're referring to an object by ID but using its name instead; try changing your button code to:


    <input class="button"...
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