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    Lightbulb Click a button

    Hello! Do anyone know how to click on a button in a (Webbrowser1) without Value or ID?! It looks like this http://gyazo.com/057af8c89f792eaa26c3c078d124bdb9 .To make this clear, If i click Button4, Webbrowser1 will click automatically.
    I've been sitting here for two hours and have searched the Internet but can not find solution

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    Re: Click a button

    Hi, have you tried searching by class name?
    Also would it be possible to share the site link? In case you do not mind so we can have a look at the source code.

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    Re: Click a button

    It's not a button... it's an a href tag with a css class to make it look like a button. Which makes it a little more difficult. Not impossible, just a bit more work. Off the top of my head, I'm not sure how to click a link like that. At the very least, the only way to find it is to search for it by class... but if there are other tags with the same class... well.....


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