Fix Python – Wait until page is loaded with Selenium WebDriver for Python

I want to scrape all the data of a page implemented by a infinite scroll. The following python code works.
for i in range(100):
driver.execute_script(“window.scrollTo(0, document.body.scrollHeight);”)
time.sleep(5)

This means every time I scroll down to the bottom, I need to wait 5 seconds, which is generally enough for the page to finish….

Fix Python – Error message: “‘chromedriver’ executable needs to be available in the path”

I am using selenium with python and have downloaded the chromedriver for my windows computer from this site: http://chromedriver.storage.googleapis.com/index.html?path=2.15/
After downloading the zip file, I unpacked the zip file to my downloads folder. Then I put the path to the executable binary (C:\Users\michael\Downloads\chromedriver_win32) i….

Fix Python – Can a website detect when you are using Selenium with chromedriver?

I’ve been testing out Selenium with Chromedriver and I noticed that some pages can detect that you’re using Selenium even though there’s no automation at all. Even when I’m just browsing manually just using Chrome through Selenium and Xephyr I often get a page saying that suspicious activity was detected. I’ve checked my user agent, and my browser….

Fix Python – Selenium using Python – Geckodriver executable needs to be in PATH

I’m new to programming and started with Python about two months ago and am going over Sweigart’s Automate the Boring Stuff with Python text. I’m using IDLE and already installed the Selenium module and the Firefox browser.
Whenever I tried to run the webdriver function, I get this:
from selenium import webdriver
browser = webdriver.Firefox()

Exce….

Fix Python – Get HTML source of WebElement in Selenium WebDriver using Python

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…
wd.page_source

But is there a way to get the “element source”?
elem.source # <-- returns the....