Join Bhoomika Agarwal for an in-depth discussion in this video Challenge, part of Python Automation and Testing.
(intense whoosh)…- [Instructor] Now that we have looked at…how to locate the elements using different attributes…and different nodes, let's do a small challenge on the same…and see how far we have got with our learning.…In this challenge, I have a couple of five steps for you…that should take you all of five minutes to do overall.…The first step that I want you to do…is head over to the site seleniumhq.org,…so let's head over to the site and see what it looks like.…
This is the site seleniumhq.org…which is the official Selenium site.…In this site, let's do the following.…The first thing you do is locate an element by id "q"…and print it out.…Locate an element by name "q".…We locate an element with the heading "What is Selenium?"…using the XPath.…And lastly, we locate an element with class…"selenium-sponsors" and we print all of these.…
It's a pretty simple challenge.…Let's go ahead and see how we do this.…I'll let you go ahead and give it a shot.…In the next video, we walk through it step by step…and see how to solve it.…
- What is automated testing?
- Python-Selenium bindings
- Parsing the DOM structure
- Locating elements in the DOM
- Navigating and interacting with pages
- Explicit and implicit waits
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. What Is Automation Testing and Python-Selenium Framework?
2. Parsing the HTML DOM Structure
3. Navigating through Pages
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