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New Selenium IDE – Other Remaining Options

New Selenium IDE – Other Remaining Options

As part of exploring the other Selenium IDE features in-depth, I will explain the below different  options in Selenium IDE:

  1. Executing View
  2. Test Execution Speed
  3. Enable/Disable Comments
  4. Select Target in Page

Let’s get started with a practical demonstration.

New Selenium IDE – Other Remaining Options

Follow the below steps for exploring other remaining Options in Selenium IDE:

1) Launch the Selenium IDE having multiple recorded Tests as shown below:

Test Suite Options Selenium IDE - multiple tests

2) Now click on the ‘Run all tests’ option as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - Run all tests

3) While the tests are getting executed one after the other, change the ‘Tests’ view to ‘Executing’ view as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - Executing View

4) Observe that the Tests that are currently getting executed will be displayed in the ‘Executing’ pane as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - Executing Tests

5) And when no tests are executing in Selenium IDE, ‘No Tests Running’ will be displayed in the ‘Executing’ page as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - No Tests Running

6) Click on ‘Test Execution Speed’ option as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - Test Execution Speed

In the displayed speed option, change the speed from ‘Fast’ to ‘Slow’ as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - slow speed option

Now execute any Test say ‘Test1’ and observe that the execution speed has been changed from Speed to Slow.

7) Select any step say ‘Step 4’ in any test say ‘Test1’ and click on ‘//’ option (i.e. Comment option) as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - Comment option

Observe that the selected step (i.e. step 4) got commented as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - Commented step

Execute the Test having the commented step by clicking on the ‘Run Current Test’ option and observe that all the steps in the Test except the Commented step will be executed.

8) Select any new step in the Test, enter any command say ‘click’ into the ‘Command’ field and click on ‘Select Target in Page’ option as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - Select Target In Page

‘Select an element’ option will be displayed on this page as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - Select An Element

While the above option is displayed on the page, select any UI element say ‘Volvo’ option in the multi-selection Box field as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - Select Volvo

Switch to Selenium IDE and observe that the Locators for the selected ‘Volvo’ option got created automatically by the Selenium IDE as shown below:

New Selenium IDE - Locators

Here concludes the practical demonstration of other remaining options in Selenium IDE.

In the next article, I will practically demonstrate another Selenium IDE feature to be explored (Refer other features to be explored here)

Next Steps:

  • > Check complete Selenium Tutorial Contents here (Click here)

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About Me > Arun Motoori

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