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Selenium Locators – Using ChroPath Add-on in Firefox Browser

Selenium Locators – Using ChroPath Add-on in Firefox Browser

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In the previous article, I have explained ‘Installation of ChroPath Add-on on Firefox Browser‘.

In this article, I am going to explain the steps for using ChroPath in Firefox Browser.

Note: I recommend using ChroPath Add-on in Chrome browser. This article is for the Firefox fans, who still want to use ChroPath in Firefox Browser.

Let’s get started.

Selenium Locators – Using ChroPath Add-on in Firefox Browser

Follow the below steps for using the ChroPath in Firefox Browser:

1) Open Firefox Browser, press ‘F12’ key on your keyboard and you will see the default Firefox developer options as shown below:

ChroPath FireFox Usage - Developer Options

2) Click on the ‘ChroPath’ in the developer options and observe that the ChroPath functionality will be displayed as shown below:

ChroPath FireFox Usage - Functionality

3) Open any website say http://omayo.blogspot.com/. While the above ChroPath functionality is open, click on the ‘Inspect’ option of the ChroPath and select ‘Button2’ button UI element on the web page and observe that the  XPath Expression and CSS Selectors for the ‘Button2’ button got auto-generated in the ChroPath as shown below:

ChroPath FireFox Usage - Inspected

Apart from the auto-generation of XPath Expressions and CSS Selectors using ChroPath in Firefox browser, we can also use ChroPath to validate the manually created XPath Expressions and CSS Selectors in Firefox Browser. I will explain the validation of manually created XPath Expressions and CSS Selectors using ChroPath in Firefox browser in the next article.

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About Me > Arun Motoori

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