What is Selenese or Selenium Commands in Selenium IDE?

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May 13 in Selenium by Arpit
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Hello @Arpit, Selenium commands, also known as Selenese are the set of commands used in Selenium IDE that run your tests. A sequence of Selenium commands (Selenese) together is known as test script. Using Selenese, one can perform activities like:

  • Testing the existence of UI elements based on their HTML tags.
  • Test for specific content.
  • Test for broken links.
  • Testing input fields, selection list options, submitting forms and table data among other things.
  • Testing of window size, mouse options, alerts, Ajax functionality, pop-up windows, event handling and many other web application features.
answered May 13 by Anvi
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