How to send clicks to any page by using Click by Atrribute feature?
Applies to: Link Clicks Generator (Clicks BOT).
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Clicks BOT app has three feature to send clicks to any page:
To send one or more clicks to any element, define its value then click on Start Job button.
If you’re already familiar with the browser console, you don’t need to read this article. If not, let’s get started!
How to know the attrbute value in order to use [Click by Attribute] feature?
Add the page link, tick "By attribute" option and select the attribute you want from the drop list, for example: CSS Selector
Open your browser, and navigate to the link.
Right click on the element (Button, Image, Link ... etc.) you need the bot to clicks on. In the example below: I want to send click to "Help me to choose" button
1- Right click on the button
2- Choose: Inspect
The browser will open the console and indicates to the button properties
Right click on its properties and copy the attribute you want to deal with. in this example it is: CSS Selector
Back to the application and paste the value into the Text area then click on Test button
The report will show the result of clicking the selected element based on the selected attribute: Correct or Error
In this case, you may try to choose another attribute (By ID, XPath, Text …etc.) or read the error reason that has been generated by the report, sometimes it could guide you to the correct way based on the element attribute.
You can send unlimited clicks, as much as you want to the same page in the same session with more automated options.
Double click on the attribute value then add new attributes, you can also set the time before clicking each one
In this example, the bot will do the following:
Why you have to understand the nature of this feature before you buy the application?
We’re always happy to support and answer your questions, but you probably noticed that we’re unable to support, answer your question or guide you how to use it or extract an attribute code.
You can imagine how many websites are there, how many pages each website has, and how many elements each page contains? Billions of billions of possibilities for each element attribute. It all depends on the way you have developed your website with, and you're the only one who knows that.
However, it’s really easy to learn some concepts about the browser console. We hope that this article helped you to understand this feature, if not, search on Google or YouTube for something like “find XPath or CSS selector in chrome console” or “how to use chrome console” also read these two articles on Chrome Dev and Stackoverflow
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