Fill Field


Fills a field on Webpage.

Parameters

  • Page name Specifies which page will be read. The webpage should be opened or connected before executing this action.

  • Locate element by its path in page Specifies the element path in the page. For example: HTML.HEAD.TITLE

  • Locate element by its attributes

    • Element type must be Specifies the type of the element.

    • ID must be Specifies the element ID.

    • Name must be Specifies the element name.

    • Display text must be Specifies the display text for the element.

    • URL must be The option is for the hyperlink element.

    • Index of elements that match criteria Specifies the position of matched elements collection when more than one element meet the criteria.

    • Searching in main frame Specifies whether to search for the element in the main frame in the webpage.

    • Frame name must be Specifies the frame name if searching for the element in a specified frame.

    • Index of frames that match criteria If more than one frame has the same name, specifies the index of the frames collection.

    • Form name must be Specifies the form name if searching for the element in a specified form.

    • Index of forms that match criteria If more than one form has the same name, specifies the index of the forms collection.

    • Element attributes Specifies an attributes filter for the searching, using the standard HTML syntax, for example: id="abc" name="login"

    • Match case Specifies whether the search is case-sensitive.

    • Match whole word Specifies whether to search only for whole words that match the search content.

    • Only visible element Specifies whether to ignore the hidden elements.

  • Field content Specifies the data to be filled in the field.

  • Force to fill value into element With the option checked, the player will change the inner text of the element. For some WYSIWYG pages, you have to set this option checked to fill the POST area. Because it is not a standard input element in this kind page.

  • Fire event of element getting input focus Specifies whether to fire the event of getting input focus. You should tick off the option if the page needs some pre-fill operations.

  • Fire event of element losing focus Specifies whether to fire the event of losing focus. You must tick off the option if the page needs a data validation operation immediately when user fills a field.

Notes:

If the element is not a standard input element, you must tick off the option "Force to fill value into element".

For the checkbox, you can use the number 1 or text true to check it.