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Posted by Andrew Gould on 03 May 2021
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|Working with Multiple Tabs in Selenium.xlsm||Excel workbook with macros|
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|When:||30 Nov 21 at 05:54|
You are really savior and prompt in answering our queries. Last time your advice made my day!
I want to open the following link, with my credentials (User Id and Password) by SendKeys in input box through Selenium (VBA-Excel), but problem is It is showing NosuchElement
Could You Please help again :)
|When:||30 Nov 21 at 08:13|
Hi! I don't know what code you've written but this is fairly standard, all the elements have unique Ids so they're fairly easy to reference. The following code works:
Private cd As Selenium.ChromeDriver
Dim LoginForm As Selenium.WebElement
Dim EmailInput As Selenium.WebElement
Dim PasswordInput As Selenium.WebElement
Dim LoginButton As Selenium.WebElement
Set cd = New Selenium.ChromeDriver
Set LoginForm = cd.FindElementByCss("#login_form")
Set EmailInput = LoginForm.FindElementByCss("#email")
Set PasswordInput = LoginForm.FindElementByCss("#pwd")
Set LoginButton = LoginForm.FindElementByCss("#ACCT_LOGIN_SUBMIT")
EmailInput.SendKeys "my email address"
PasswordInput.SendKeys "my password"
I hope it helps.
|When:||29 Jun 21 at 11:39|
First of all, I would like to appreciate the content you shared with us and the way you explained Selenium use in VBA. I didn't get it anywhere else. I am enjoying using it in my programs. But I am facing one problem and not getting the solution anywhere.
Can I keep the Browser (Web page) open even after quitting the Sub/Function. Please suggest.
Thanks in advance
|When:||29 Jun 21 at 12:29|
The browser remains open as long as the variable you use to reference it remains in scope. In the video you can see that the browser remains open even when the subroutine ends because the variable is declared at the module level. You can declare the variable as Public to extend its scope even further.
I hope that helps!
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