How to perform right click action using Selenium Webdriver?

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May 27 in Selenium by Yuvika
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@Yuvika, you need to use Actions Class to perform right-click action using Selenium Webdriver. Following is the syntax to use action class:

Actions act = new Actions(driver);
act.moveToElement(webElement).perform();
act.contextClick().perform();

answered May 27 by Reshma

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