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I am interested in learning Selenium Webdriver.
Can anyone please let me know where I can find the selenium tutorials?

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closed as too broad by corsiKa Mar 10 '14 at 20:00

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Hi, and welcome to SQA. Could you let us know where you've looked so far and why those tutorials didn't work for you? Right now this question is something a simple web search would answer. – Kate Paulk Sep 24 '13 at 11:34
Just googling it will have much reputed sites to look in for. – Emmanuel Angelo.R Feb 27 '14 at 13:57
It's been a while since this was posted, so I would imagine that if you're still on the road of learning Selenium that you've made great leaps by now. If you have further specific problems with Selenium, go ahead and ask those on a new question, we'll be happy to help you through it! Thanks! – corsiKa Mar 10 '14 at 20:01
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To learn basics of Selenium, I must recommend you to go through below video tutorials. These are small and very informative:

Also I have found below these Youtube tutorials very useful.

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Before starting with selenium, brushup your skills on Java and HTML which requires you for element identification.

Please refer the below link which provides you tutorials for not only selenium webdriver, it also provides for TestNG, JUnit, ANT ,Maven and other Report Generation tools.

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