How to find the absolute xpath of an element?

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I have the id of an element but I want to use xpath and when I am using chrome copy xpath I am getting the relative xpath. can someone help?
Jan 4 in Selenium by Jino
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You can use the tool called chroPath to get all the types of locator eg. cssSelector, Relative Xpath, Absolute Xpath.

This is the way you can get the desired locator.

Hope it helps.

answered Jan 7 by Anjali
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