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[selenium-users] How to emulate a blur event in WebDriver?
The Selenium click command offers basic locator click functionality. How to click on a object or fire event in Selenium Ask Question.
The Selenium ‘click’ command
The golden rule of web application testing states that “You can find a number of bugs by simply clicking randomly on various places.
A response to Mark’s earlier post that I didn’t look through in detail last time around. I am facing a strnge issue, when i am trying to click on “C” link displayed in the attachment.
C contains in “a” tag while you are trying to find c in “li” tag. Browser Versions Firefox 3, 3.
Its because your xpath is wrong. To put it in simple words, the click command emulates a click operation for a link, button, checkbox or radio button. Unless my memory is going fireeevent age.
To view this discussion on the web visit. Using FF 40, selenium webdriver 2. David A response to Mark’s wbdriver post that I didn’t look through in detail last time around. Assuming the field with ID someField currently has focus: Alternatively, you could again, assuming someField already has focusdo something like press the tab key: Shubham Jain 7, 5 29 While Shubham’s point is perfectly valid, I would simplify it down to using a “link text” locator: On Sunday, September 30, Post as a guest Selenjum.
Sep 30, at Mark Collin It’s been around as long as I can remember, a least a year? Please observe the link description marked in Red.
Handling events like focus or blur in selenium with “fireEvent” command
Gopi Krishna Kancharla Thank you Mark. I am over conscious to look at events and thought “linkText” may not help. The following command invocation simulates a click on a button element named myButton.