2.1. The "Simple" tab

Example 1: find element having attribute id equals to introduction:

  1. Select "First in document". Make sure the Element field is empty.

  2. Check Having attribute. Type "id" in the text field. Select "Equals to". Type "introduction" in the next text field.

  3. Make sure Containing text is not checked.

  4. Click OK.

Example 2: navigate from element para to next element para:

  1. Click at the very beginning of your document.

  2. Select "Following current node". Type "para" in the Element field.

  3. Make sure Having attribute is not checked.

  4. Make sure Containing text is not checked.

  5. Click OK.

  6. Type Esc g (that is, invoke Find Element Again) to move to next para, if any.

Example 3: find element html:pre having a class attribute and containing some text matching regular expression "print\w+\(":

  1. Select "First in document". Type "html:pre" in the Element field.

    If the namespace corresponding to prefix "html" is the default namespace of the document, it is also possible to simply type "pre".

  2. Check Having attribute. Type "class" in the text field. Make sure the next text field is empty.

  3. Check Containing text. Select "Matching RE". Type "print\w+\(" in the text field.

  4. Click OK.