How to perform click in Custom Web Viewer

Hello guys i want to auto click in @Vknow360 Custom Web View Extension

So guys i think it’s possible with this @Mohamed_Tamer,s Component Tools

Extension,s Perform Click Block

but i don’t know how to do this work :sweat_smile::sweat_smile::sweat_smile:

Don’t create duplicate topics

Sorry But This is because nobody was replying to my previous topic.:sweat_smile::sweat_smile::yum::yum:

Whosoever knows, will surely reply​:wink:

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This is happening to me for the fifth time that no one has responded to my topic :joy::joy::joy:

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I think people will reply to my topic as well, but no one replies :cry::cry::sob::sob:

Yes you can use the component tools extension,but it won’t perform a click on a specific element in the web view, if you want to do this you can check this guide:


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But it asks for a button id and I don’t know what is this button id

So what information you know about this button, you can try using inspect element in your browser to find your button I’d,name,etc…

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Yes I know that and I tried this, but the button id or class name was mentioned in the inspect element is not working :sob::sob::sob:

I will Trying with this JS


You should use the click() function, have you used it:

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Yes i did write it

,:sweat_smile::sweat_smile: but i forgot to write it in the uper massage because I am in hurry :sweat_smile::sweat_smile::sweat_smile:

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Have you changed this to your button id?

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Yes of course :joy::joy::joy:

i will trying with this code

document.getElementsByClassName(‘ndfHFb-c4YZDc-aTv5jf-NziyQe-LgbsSe ndfHFb-c4YZDc-LgbsSe’)[0].click();

and this is correct

That doesn’t look like a class name?

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But according to inspect this is correct

And this is the link

You will try with your self