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Launching Selenium IDE in Chrome Browser

Launching Selenium IDE in Chrome Browser

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In the previous post, I have explained the installation of Selenium IDE in Chrome Browser.

In this article, I will explain Launching the installed Selenium IDE extension from the Chrome Browser in a step by step manner.

Launching Selenium IDE in Chrome Browser

Follow the below steps for launching the Selenium IDE extension from the Chrome Browser:

1) Open Chrome Browser having Selenium IDE Extension installed and click on the ‘Selenium IDE’ extension as shown below:

Selenium IDE - Open Extension

2) In the displayed Selenium IDE dialog, click on ‘Record a new test in a new project’ option as shown below:

Selenium IDE - Record a new test in a new project

3) In the displayed screen of Selenium IDE, enter the Project name say ‘LocatorsDemo’ and click on ‘OK’ button as shown below:

Selenium IDE - Project Name

4) In the displayed screen of Selenium IDE, enter Project base URL as http://omayo.blogspot.com/ and click on ‘Start Recording’ button as shown below:

Selenium IDE - Base URL

5) The Base URL given in the above screen will be opened automatically in a new & fresh instance of chrome browser and ‘Selenium IDE is Recording’ message will be displayed as shown below:

Selenium IDE - Base URL Opended with recording

6) Switch to Selenium IDE and select to stop the recording by clicking on ‘Stop Recording’ button as shown below:

Selenium IDE - Stop Recording

7) It will ask for the Test Name on stopping the recording, enter any Test Name say ‘LocatorsTest’ and click on ‘OK’ button as shown below:

Selenium IDE - Locators Test

This is how we can Launch Selenium IDE in Chrome Browser.

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About Me > Arun Motoori

On a mission to contribute to the Software Testing Community in all possible ways.

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