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Editing HTML elements filters

 
In this dialog, you can configure the control processing filters for HTML tags.
 
Editing HTML elements filters
 
 
1

Filter by tag name

1. Filter by tag name
Use this section to set logical a condition based on an HTML tag name comparison.
2

Filter by class name

2. Filter by class name
Use this section to set a logical condition based on an HTML tag class attribute comparison.
3

Filter by tag type

3. Filter by tag type
Use this section to set a logical condition based on an HTML tag type attribute comparison. Useful to distinguish different <input> tags.
4

Highlighting

4. Highlighting
Select this check box to highlight the HTML element when the cursor is pointing at it.
5

Parse child tags

5. Parse child tags
Select this check box to parse inner HTML tags as well.
6

Scrolling

6. Scrolling
Select this check box to automatically scroll the HTML element area to capture it as a whole element.
7

Case sensitive comparison

7. Case sensitive comparison
Clear these check boxes to ignore the case in a filter string comparison.
8

HTML element parsing

8. HTML element parsing
Select this check box to include this HTML element into the project and select a type of inclusion:
  • Add as visible control
  • Add as invisible control
  • Add as a separate screenshot page (sub-window).
9

Final settings

9. Final settings
These icons display the filter action in compact iconic style.
10

OK

10. OKClick this button to accept your changes and close the dialog.
11

Cancel

11. CancelClick this button to discard the changes and close the dialog.
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