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Apr
8
revised What is Selenium's default timeout for page loading?
Correcting the answer
Apr
8
comment What is Selenium's default timeout for page loading?
Your right, I've conflated implicitly wait with page load timeout, time to update the answer.
Mar
15
answered JMeter test for Cas Log into AJAX application
Feb
27
comment How to extract the Safari extension from the base code?
Positive, I've added a link to the SafariDriver wiki entry and pulled out the relevant quote.
Feb
27
revised How to extract the Safari extension from the base code?
added 438 characters in body
Feb
24
answered How to extract the Safari extension from the base code?
Feb
21
awarded  Necromancer
Feb
8
comment Selenium RC is out dated or still in the market after selenium 2.5 release?
Why is it OutDated? Well it's deprecated, in maintenance mode (So nobody is actively working on it) and the current plan is to remove it from the codebase in Selenium 3.0. Generally Selenium RC is dead, Long live Selenium
Feb
8
answered Is jQuery faster than CSS/Xpath selectors for IE 8.0 in Selenium1?
Feb
4
comment WebDriverWait or ImplicitlyWait or ExplictlyWait nothing works
2 seconds may not be long enough which would result in the Element not found exceptions. The stale element exceptions imply that the element you are looking for is changing. You should wait for the element to become stale before waiting for it to appear again.
Feb
4
comment WebDriverWait or ImplicitlyWait or ExplictlyWait nothing works
Sleeps are bad because they add to the test time for no good reason. They are different on different machines, your big beefy i7 may only have to wait 2 seconds whilst an old P100 running the same site may have to wait 15 seconds. Thread.sleep is the lazy solution used by people who can't be bothered to do it properly/don't understand how to do it properly.
Feb
4
comment Testing IE 7, 8, 9. Is the IE9 compatability mode sufficient?
I've used IETester quite extensively in the past and things that worked in IETester didn't always work in native versions of IE6/IE7. use a virtual machine instead.
Feb
4
answered Selenium WebDriver and Highchart testing
Dec
1
revised Solving “SeleneseTestCase is deprecated” issue
Added correct links rather than links that are drastically out of date
Dec
1
comment Solving “SeleneseTestCase is deprecated” issue
The old Selenium RC API is deprecated now. You should really be using the WebDriver API have a look at code.google.com/p/selenium/downloads/list
Nov
9
awarded  Necromancer
Jul
28
revised How to download a file using Selenium's WebDriver?
Added blog link
Jul
28
revised Downloading a file in Internet Explorer through Selenium
Added a blog link
Jul
24
awarded  Revival
Jul
23
answered Downloading a file in Internet Explorer through Selenium