Welcome back, Warriors! We just saw how to check if a particular data is present in a table’s specific cell with and without using XPath. Time to loop through each element and visualize the power of Selenium WebDriver. Let us go back to our Demo Site and focus on “Books & Authors” table to understand this… Continue reading
Hiya champions! Welcome back to yet another post on handling web elements using Selenium WebDriver. You learn something new every day, talking of which here is what we will be learning today: handling tables with and without using XPath! Let us go back to our Demo Site for a good grasp of the concept. Tables are… Continue reading
Hiya rockstars (guitar and music not included though)! In this post, we delve into dropdowns and how to select items in two ways. And yes, we also talk about multiple selections! All concepts will be explained along with examples from our Demo Site. Method 1: Using the same age old traditional way of locating elements… Continue reading
Hiya superstars! I know that you are now an expert in handling text boxes and images, but there is more to learn. Let us get hard-core! Let us understand how to handle radio buttons, checkboxes, dropdowns, tables, alerts and much more but we will see one at a time. In this post, we will concentrate… Continue reading
Hiya champs! Welcome to our final post on locating elements. Yay!!! This is a continuation from our previous post, “9n. WebDriver – Locating elements: Part 4a (by XPath)”. You have heard me say this before and you will hear me say it again… read Part 4a before going any further for a complete grip on… Continue reading
Welcome back, we will cover XPath strategies today. This is an advanced and effective locating strategy as well (by cssSelectors was too!). While being effective, it can sometimes be confusing. So, let us delve on how to understand our often misunderstood friend and come up with the good code once for all.
Hiya testers! If you have been following my posts closely, you should already be a pro in entering text using Selenium WebDriver. If not(with a sad face), nothing to worry! I got you all covered.
Here comes today’s icing on the cake: ‘a shortcut to validate if the chosen locator strategy uniquely identifies the web element under test’.
Did someone ask how to handle captcha in selenium? Okay, I heard it! Let’s see how these can be handled using Selenium WebDriver and yeah, we will try getting this done quickly as I will have to shoot off to a contest later today. Prepare to be lit up CAPTCHA is a bacronym for “Completely Automated Public Turing… Continue reading
Hi ninjas! This post is a continuation of our previous post, “9l. WebDriver – Locating elements: Part 3a (by cssSelector)”. Before going any further, please make sure you take a good look at it. The last two ways of using cssSelector locators which are yet to be discussed are, Locating child elements Matching by sub-string… Continue reading