How ID and Class can be used as a CSS Selector?

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How ID and Class can be used as a CSS Selector?
Jun 21 in Selenium by Bruce

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Hey Bruce, to identify a web element you can use it's Class and ID as CSS Selector. We can use the below syntax to access elements using the class CSS selector. This can help to select all elements related to the specified class.

.<class>
For eg .container

We can also use ID as the CSS selector to access elements: 

#<ID>
For eg. #name
answered Jun 21 by Abha
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