I want to write an Automation Script for browsing and exploring music from a website. How can I do that?

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Hi I want to write an automation script for browsing and exploring music from a website. How can I do that from a headless browser?
May 27 in Selenium by Abhinav
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Hey Abhinav, I am sharing this code snippet to let you understand how automation script can be written for browsing and exploring a music website:

opts = Option()
opts.set_headless()
browser = Firefox(options=opts)
browser.get('https://bandcamp.com')
browser.find_element_by_class('playbutton').click()
tracks = browser.find_elements_by_class_name('discover-item')
len(tracks)
tracks[3].click()
answered May 27 by Mayank

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