Locators in Selenium with Java Competency (Intermediate Level)

  • 15m
  • 15 questions
The Locators in Selenium with Java Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark assesses your knowledge of setting up a Java project for running Selenium tests, configuring drivers, adjusting browser options, establishing a basic test framework, and navigating web pages using Selenium WebDriver. You will be evaluated on your ability to interact with web elements using class names and identifiers, locate multiple elements, search the Document Object Model (DOM) subsets, and use advanced locators such as CSS selectors, XPath, text links, and relative locators. Learners scoring high on this benchmark demonstrate the skills necessary to work with Selenium WebDriver for automated testing in Java and use locators and actions to effectively interact with web elements.

Topics covered

  • configure a Selenium test
  • configure browser drivers manually
  • configure browser options to manage browser behavior
  • interact with radio buttons and checkboxes using clicks
  • locate multiple web elements and query a subset of the Document Object Model (DOM)
  • locate web elements using the class attribute
  • perform hover and drag-drop using actions
  • set up a basic test framework with reusable code
  • set up an Apache Maven project to run automated Selenium tests in Java
  • use actions for more complex mouse interactions
  • use cascading style sheet (CSS) selectors to locate ID, tagname, and class elements
  • use driver methods to interact with web elements
  • use relative locators to access elements based on other elements
  • use the navigation objects in Selenium WebDriver
  • use Xpath, link text, and partial link test to locate elements