When testing Web pages, TestComplete works with the elements of web pages as it would with application objects. The way in which TestComplete addresses elements of web pages depends on:
Whether the cross-platform web testing mode is enabled. In this mode, TestComplete uses
FindElement to address web objects. For detailed information, see Addressing Objects in Cross-Platform Web Tests.
In the default web testing mode - whether the web application is mapped. If the element is mapped, then TestComplete uses its mapped name or alias. Else, it uses default names.
For detailed information on default naming of web objects, see About Web Object Identification and Object Models.
For detailed information on addressing mapped objects, see About Name Mapping.