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    Javascript dynamic debugging (dom?)

    Hello,
    I've started to build some javascript scripts for dynamic debugging.

    Do you know if there's an option to do these stuff :
    - go through the site, look for one word, and click on what it says? (i.e : a link or a sumbit button)
    - fill some boxes by their names? should be something like :
    var s = getElementByID="textbox"
    s.Text = "hello"?


    Thanks for the responses

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    Another question?


    I got an element which is a Sumbit button by :


    var mybutton = getElementById('Send_Button')




    how can I click on it within javascript?
    is there something like
    mybutton.click()?

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    mybutton.onClick() is the event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyTech View Post
    mybutton.onClick() is the event.
    Thanks!
    i guess mybutton.click()
    also works...



    does anybody knows the first post answer??

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