This action moves the displayed web page. The destination is as follows.
- Specified URL
If you are navigating within a site, "click on the link on the web page" is better whenever possible.
(For dynamic sites, because they are often built on the assumption that they will be clicked)
This action targets the browser launched for automation with the following actions.
How to use
Under "Browser automation", drag "Go to web page" and place it below the browser launch action.
Web browser instance
Specify the target browser (Variables produced by the startup action).
Specify the destination. When "To URL" is selected, the destination URL is additionally specified.
"Back", "Forward", and "Reload web page" may not be used for some websites.
(These sites generally have a warning message. (Such sites generally have a warning).
Wait for page to load
ON is recommended because turning it OFF will cause the page to move to the subsequent action before it finishes loading.
If the initial URL is a slow-loading page and many other actions are inserted before the action to use the additional tab, there is room for consideration, but it is safer to leave it ON.
Timeout on Webpage load
This item is displayed when "Wait for page to load" is ON.
Sets the maximum number of seconds to wait.
If this number of seconds is exceeded, an error will occur.
If a pop-up dialog appears
Specifies how the dialog is handled when it is displayed at the "To URL".
- Close it
- Press a button
- Do nothing
For "Press the button", additionally specify the name of the button.
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