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How to loop through all iframes, printing source

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How to loop through all iframes, printing source

Post by NutterzUK on Fri Mar 30, 2012 2:08 am

Hi,

I'm trying to get the full source for a page, which usually I would do using selenium.getHtmlSource();
I have come to an issue where there are iFrames, and so this actually only prints the source for the top level.
I'm not sure how to work with iFrames here, all I really need to do is loop through each iFrame, and print out the source ( Assuming I do not know the name of the frames ). Is there an easy way to do that? Surely there is a method somewhere to get an array of frames or elements, which can be looped through?

I'm a bit stuck, help is much much appreciated!

Thanks,

NutterzUK

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