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Target using the wrong selector

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I have an Adobe Target instance that is not selecting the correct element.

Whenever I select an element inside this form, it always grab the selector for the input of id `#optionamountdonation-5e445e51222`. That input, even though also part of the form, cannot even be selected as it is absolute left positioned out of the page view (for accessibility reason).
 
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Since we are not getting the selector for "ADD TO CART" button, the changes I applied won't work. This same issue for all the elements inside the form (toggle, amount input, the three amount labels).
 
But if I select something outside of the form (like the text on the left), it works. I suspect it may be some Javascript acting on the form element that conflict with Target?

I have also recorded a Youtube video here for more detail.

Any advice or suggestions? I am fairly new to Target.

Thanks and much appreciated,
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Hi @sean12341 ,

You can also select a required selector, from a breadcrumb kind of thing that appears at bottom of the VEC composer, else you can directly replace the selector in modifications as well.

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Employee

Hello,

 

Is that form directly defined in the page or is it a custom web component? Have you tried manually entering the selector in the Modifications area?

 

Thank you,

 

/Cristinel

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Employee Advisor

Hi @sean12341 ,

You can also select a required selector, from a breadcrumb kind of thing that appears at bottom of the VEC composer, else you can directly replace the selector in modifications as well.