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No. Do not just split your pageObject into pageObject2, 3, 4, etc. This goes for all programming - split your classes logically by function, not arbitrarily! Your page object should be the source of truth for that specific page. When you start trying to interact with your page, does it really make sense that you should search between MyForm.java and ...


I think that you should create a page object class for each page of the site. If you have a single page site, you can create page widgets instead of page objects. The page widgets will correspond to components of the web page (example: footer, header, etc). When the number of your page object classes increases, you should create a base class that all page ...


Checkout this link: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/978740/javascript-how-to-detect-if-document-has-loaded-ie-7-firefox-3 You can use javascript to check if the document has loaded or not, and can perform your actions accordingly.


Here is what Google translated me when I searched the meaning of the word Framework an essential supporting structure of a building, vehicle, or object. a basic structure underlying a system, concept, or text. This is precisely what Test Automation Frameworks are all about in Software Testing also. I assume you know what automation means and so ...

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