Introduction to Selenium WebDriver – Selenium Tutorial #8

Introduction to Selenium WebDriver:

Earlier in this series we published tutorials which focused more on Selenium IDE and its various aspects. We introduced the tool and discussed about its features. We also constructed a few scripts using Selenium IDE and Firebug. From there we moved on to different types of web elements available and their locating strategies.

Now that we are well versed with Selenium IDE, let us move our learning curve towards creating more advanced automation scripts using Selenium WebDriver. WebDriver is one of the most compelling automation testing tools. Let us discuss it in detail. Continue reading →

How to Locate Elements in Chrome and IE Browsers for Building Selenium Scripts – Selenium Tutorial #7

This is tutorial #7 in our Selenium Online Training Series. If you want to check all Selenium tutorials in this series please check this page.

In the previous tutorial, we tried to shed light on various types of locators in Selenium and their locating mechanisms to build test scripts. The tutorial was primary consist of the brief introduction of different locator types like ID, Classes, Xpaths, Link textsCSS Selectors etc. and their identification.

Proceeding ahead with our next tutorial, we would take the opportunity to introduce you with an extension of locating strategies. Thus, in the Continue reading →

How to Use CSS Selector for Identifying Web Elements for Selenium Scripts – Selenium Tutorial #6

In our previous Selenium tutorial we learned different types of locators. We also learned how to use: ID, ClassName, Name, Link Text, and Xpath locators for identifying web elements in a web page.

In continuation with that, today we will learn how to use CSS Selector as a Locator. This is our 6th tutorial in our free Selenium Training series.

Using CSS Selector as a Locator:

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How to Identify Web Elements Using Selenium Xpath and Other Locators – Selenium Tutorial #5

In the previous tutorial, we introduced you with another automation testing tool named as Firebug. We also created our own automation script manually using Firebug and its capabilities. We also learned to affix desired modifications into our script.

Moving ahead, in this tutorial we would have a look at the various types of locators in Selenium and their accessibility technique to build test scripts. Thus this tutorial is comprised of the detailed introduction to various types of locators.

This is our 5th tutorial in Selenium Tutorial series.

What is Locator?

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How to Use Firebug for Creating Selenium Scripts – Selenium Tutorial #4

In the previous tutorial, we learned how to create automated test scripts using Selenium IDE and its recording feature. We also flipped through populous features of Selenium IDE. We aimed at harbingering the reader with the most vital features and commands of Selenium IDE.

Just a reminder – this is our 4th tutorial in free Selenium training series.

Now that you are accustomed and capable of creating automated scripts using recording mode of Selenium IDE, let us move ahead with another tool which plays a very important role in assisting us to create effective test scripts known as “Firebug”. Firebug helps us in inspecting the properties of web elements and web pages.

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My First Selenium IDE Script – Selenium Tutorial #3

This tutorial is by far one of the most important tutorials to get a hold on Selenium IDE.

This is the 3rd tutorial in our multi-part Selenium Tutorials series. We started this Selenium online Training series from this tutorial where you can find list of all tutorials covered.

In the introductory tutorials, we got a brief idea about Selenium IDE and its features.

Going ahead, we would be exercising and implementing these features in real time by creating our own very first Selenium IDE script. We Continue reading →