If a web page uses frames, how does eValid keep track of these?
Thanks for asking your question MeltonB.
Please see this manual page: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... _path.html
This can be tricky to use, but just remember:
* If you don't know the frame path you can use PageMap popup to show you what the frame_path name should be for any frame you click in.
* If you want the parent frame you can just leave that off the command.
eValid assume the parent frame absent any information to the contrary.
Also note that all frames encountered during a recording session are numbered sequentially 0, 1, 2...
Let us know if you need help beyond this.
-- eValid Support