weather wrote:Can eValid validate items inside the DOM of the page?
Yes it can.
Once the page is stable (fully downloaded and rendered) you can validate any value of any property of any element on the page.
If you know the element index -- what eValid will use as the sourceIndex
for your command, then there are many validation options for you. The most general of these is the ValidateSelectedObjProperty
command, which provides for single and multiple comparisons.
If you don't know the element index you can set the sourceIndex
value with an IndexFindElement
or an IndexFindElementEX
command, which will establish a value for sourceIndex
based on simple search criteria, including regular expressions if you wish.