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Gaurav Khurana 8 January at Able to implement it successfully. Some times you need to verify the presence of element before taking some action on software web application page.
Alberto 3, 2 33 Can you give example text present but text that i want, not by size number. Hope this is of use to some of you and happy coding! Post as a guest Name. Hello all I am using webdriver so if I want to iselemebtpresent selenium;s rc function isElementPresent I have to emulate selenium rc so I do something like this:.
The main point to remember is.
Selenium 2 / WebDriver—is element present ?
Does the text element have it’s id as “text”?
java – isElementPresent in selenium – Stack Overflow
Not a part of Selenium 2, you can do the following: Ardesco 5, 16 Is there any method of WebElement named size? This can be a lengthy amount of time depending how many times you are looking for something not to be present during your suite. Email Required, but never shown. It will print message in console based on presence of element.
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RiponAlWasim Watch out, size is a List method. Else it will return false. You can put if condition to take action based on presence webdrived element on page of software web application.
This could be done in a helper class or if you have created a custom driver can be added as a method iselementpresfnt that. Another way to do this is with the IDisposable interface as introduce to webdrivfr by a chap called James Barker, use the using command and then do your call inside there, then the timeout would be automatically set back after the call during the disposal.
I am confused about size method.
Issue there will be you will likely have to duplicate your locator or you could do some nasty reflection to get the locator, or stick it in a const string. What happens when you run the above code is WebDriver will try to find the element for that time duration, making it look like your test has hung, before it declares it not present.