Working with user prompts in Selenium

In your tests you might encounter specialized popups, which are generated via Javascript, and which are called ‘user prompts’. These are very basic in functionality, and they come in three variants: an ‘alert’ which only displays an informational message and an ‘OK’ button; a ‘confirm’ which displays an informational message, together with an ‘OK’ and… Read More

Iframes, switchTo() and default content with Selenium

So, now that you are an expert in writing CSS selectors to identify your WebElements (possible because of my older webinar on this topic), you want to write some new tests. You are inspecting the page you will test, identifying what WebElements you will need, and start writing the selectors. Once you have them, and… Read More

Browser unaware Selenium tests. STEP 1: Identify OSs on which to run tests + choose browsers to support

In this blog post series, i want to show how i normally set up my browsers and my Selenium code, in order to enable writing ‘cross-OS’, ‘cross-browser’, ‘browser-unaware’ tests. What this means: my tests can run on any OS i set up seamlessly; each test can be run on multiple browsers seamlessly; the tests do… Read More