How to check if an image is displayed on web page while working with Selenium WebDriver?

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I'm trying to create a suite of Selenium tests for a web application. I would like to test whether an image is actually displayed which contains valid image data. Can you help me out with this?

May 10 in Selenium by Vaishnavi
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I've come across a similar situation before, where the image src is as expected but the image is not displayed on the page.

You can check if the image is displayed or not by using the interface, JavaScriptExcecutor.

You can use this code to  Pass the image (WebElement)-

 Object result = ((JavascriptExecutor) driver).executeScript(
   "return arguments[0].complete && "+
   "typeof arguments[0].naturalWidth != \"undefined\" && "+
   "arguments[0].naturalWidth > 0", image);

    boolean loaded = false;
    if (result instanceof Boolean) {
      loaded = (Boolean) result;
      System.out.println(loaded);
    }

You can actually verify if the image is loaded on the webpage. 

Hope this helps:)

answered May 10 by Surya
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