How to get the text from the HTML5 input error message in Selenium?

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  1. On giving invalid data in the email field it prompts for an HTML 5 alert message.
  2. Firebug doesn't allow to inspect this error message (Please enter an email address) in two cases:
  3. a. While inspecting with Firebug it is getting disappeared.

    b. Right click on top of the error message doesn't work to inspect the element in DOM structure.

Mar 11 in Selenium by Vaishnavi
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