This method is only added to
window objects that correspond to WebBrowser controls that display web pages. It lets you pause the script execution until the page being loaded in the browser is completely loaded and obtain the URL of this page. To delay the script execution until the specified window appears on screen and to get the appropriate window object, use the WaitWindow method.
|If a user presses the Stop button in the browser while the
Window.Wait method is running, the script execution will not resume. As a result, the script run will need to be interrupted.
|A variable, parameter or expression that specifies a reference to one of the objects listed in the Applies To section
The method is applied to the following object:
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Wait method returns the URL of the page or resource that was loaded last on the page. If the web page does not contain frames and the page was loaded successfully, the
Wait method returns the page’s URL. If the page contains frames, the method will return the URL of the last page that was loaded in the frame. If the load was not successful, the method returns an empty string.
Wait method is only added to
window objects corresponding to WebBrowser controls and to Firefox’s window that display web pages. It is an analogue of the
Page.Wait method. However, it lets you wait for a web page without having to obtain the
Page object that provides access to the page.