Selenium errors : element not clickable. Reactjs application

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Hi,

I am using selenium to automate testing of reactjs web application.

I am continuously getting element not clickable erros for buttons and images. Some xpath's are also dynamic.

Have tried all locators I can think off, put in waits, used action class, absolute xpaths but nothing seems to be working.

 Has anyone managed to solve this or have any suggestions on what to try? Also will using 'id' locator or any other be helpful because id is currently not being displayed in inspect element.

Thanks in advance.
Oct 25 in Selenium by Faatima
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@Faatima, have you tried using Implicit wait or Explicit wait to resolve your error? Also can you share your reactjs web application url and the elements you are trying to locate?
answered Oct 29 by Abha
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