How to get the XPath of an element?

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I am trying to search for a keyword and want to locate the search box of google using XPath, How can I do that?

Can someone help please?
Dec 19, 2018 in Selenium by Jino
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To get the xpath of an element all you need to do is 

1. inspect the webpage

2. select the element you want the xpath for.

3. right click on the code higlighted

4. Go to copy 

5. Go to copy Xpath


Here is a screeshot I took to explain the above steps.

Hope this helps.

answered Dec 19, 2018 by Nabarupa

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