This action waits for a flow contingent on the presence of a specified element or text on the web page.
Because many of the actions in Browser Automation can set a wait time for each, It is expected to be used infrequently.
This action targets browsers launched for automation by the following actions.
How to use
Under "Browser automation", drag "Wait for web page content" and place it below the browser launch action.
Web browser instance
Specify the target browser (Variables produced by the startup action).
Check if web page
Checks whether the specified HTML element is included or not in the currently displayed Web page.
In this case, set up an additional HTML element.
Hover the mouse over the target when the following window appears.
When you hover the mouse over it, it will be surrounded by a red frame.
Then hold down the Ctrl key and click.
If it looks like the following figure, you are done (the text will vary depending on the HTML element you selected).
Checks whether the specified text is included or excluded from the currently displayed Web page.
In this case, set additional designation text.
Fail with timeout error
If OFF, waits without time limit.
When ON, the number of seconds is specified as the time limit.
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