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Learn Selenium With Quiz – Basic Level 8 – CSS Selector

As a part of a Series of posts on Learn Selenium With Quiz, This set contains questions from CSS Selector concepts in Selenium WebDriver. I will suggest you to go through below link before taking up quiz:

CSS Selector in Selenium WebDriver

Quiz will be auto submitted once you answer all question.

How to represent any child (Child and Subchild) of a parent node using CSS selector?

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All child of a parent node will include all immediate child and child of child. We can represent all child of node using a whitespace . For e.g. "div input" will locate all input child of div tag.

What is the correct css selector to locate an element using its an attribute?

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The CSS syntax of locating an element using its attribute is below:- tagName[attributeName='attributeValue']. Remember here that we do not use '@' symbol like XPath here.

What is the correct css selector to locate an element using its multiple attributes?

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The CSS syntax of locating an element using its multiple attribute is below:- tagName[attributeName='attributeValue'][attributeName='attributeValue']....... Add more attribute with its value in similar fashion. Remember here that we do not use '@' symbol like XPath here.

Which element is represented by CSS "#someValue"?

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In CSS, we can locate an element with its id using '#'. For example if an input tag has an id with value "firstName", CSS will be #firstName.

Which element is represented by CSS ".someValue"?

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In CSS, we can locate an element with its class using '.'(dot) . For example if an input tag has a class with value "firstName", CSS will be .firstName.

What is difference between input#someValue and #someValue?

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'#' is short notation to represent id. input#someValue :- All input tags with id as someValue #someValue :- All tags with id as someValue

What is difference between input.someValue and .someValue?

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',' is short notation to represent class name. input.someValue :- All input tags with class as someValue .someValue :- All tags with class as someValue

What is represented by css "input[id^='someValue']"

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'^' represent starts with.

What is represented by css "input[id$='someValue']"

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'$' represents ends with.

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Author: Amod Mahajan

A software Tester who is paid to judge products developed by others. Currently getting paid in American Dollars. Writing technical posts and creating YouTube videos are my hobbies.

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Learn Selenium With Quiz – Basic Level 8 – CSS Selector

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