I’m working with Selenium in Python. I would like to get the .val() of a
How can I do this? The Se….
I am quite new to python selenium and I am trying to click on a button which has the following html structure:
I am running this code with python, selenium, and firefox but still get ‘head’ version of firefox:
binary = FirefoxBinary(‘C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Mozilla Firefox\\firefox.exe’, log_file=sys.stdout)
self.driver = webdriver.Firefox(firefox_binary=binary)
I also tried some variations of binary:
I’ve got some tests where I’m checking that the proper error message appears when text in certain fields are invalid. One check for validity is that a certain textarea element is not empty.
If this textarea already has text in it, how can I tell selenium to clear the field?
I’m trying to get the current url after a series of navigations in Selenium. I know there’s a command called getLocation for ruby, but I can’t find the syntax for Python.
I need to select an element from a drop-down menu.
1) First I have to click on it. I do this:
inputElementFruits = driver.find_element_by_xpath(“//sele….
I’m using the Python bindings to run Selenium WebDriver:
from selenium import webdriver
wd = webdriver.Firefox()
I know I can grab a webelement like so:
elem = wd.find_element_by_css_selector(‘#my-id’)
And I know I can get the full page source with…
But is there a way to get the “element source”?
elem.source # <-- returns the....