Identifying the page iframe in Selenium using Java Code

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How to identify whether there is iframe or not for that particular page in java only but not from the firebug. If the page has iframe use webdriver.switchTo().defaultContent(); else check for xpath directly
May 24, 2018 in Selenium by Martin
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Open the page in a browser and see HTML code for the page using Firebug, Developer Tools etc. If HTML has tag iframe, that means your page has an iframe and hence you'll have to use driver.switchTo.frame(frame); to interact with elements within the frame.

If you want to check with Java code, do following:

driver.getPageSource().contains("iframe"); //this will return true if there is iframe
answered May 24, 2018 by Samarpit
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