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I've tried the following xpath but none of them work. The id is listed differently everytime. Next to the checkbox is this word " poetin alfa"

- //input[@type='checkbox'][@value='on']
- //*[@id='id1']
-//input[contains(text(),'<poetin alfa>')]/preceding-sibling::input[@type='checkbox']
- //input[contains(text(),'<poetin alfa>')]/following-sibling::input[@type='checkbox']



<span class="v-checkbox v-widget">
<input id="id1" type="checkbox" value="on" tabindex="0"/>
<label for="id1"/>
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    Where is that word in your example html? – Alexey R. Jul 3 '18 at 22:31
  • <poetin alfa> are an other checkbox value ? Another tag with "poaetin alpha" as text ? In your XPath example, you seem to be looking for a tag into a text of another tag. Please provide full example of your HTML which containing the poetin alfa tag, it will be easier to help you – Marsso Jul 4 '18 at 5:12
  • Please provide more info – Kshetra Mohan Prusty Jul 4 '18 at 5:16
  • Are your <span>, <input> and <label> all nested one inside the other? Please show more of your HTML. – Mate Mrše Jul 4 '18 at 10:17
  • The id alone should work since it's supposed to be unique, but I suspect that the HTML code you think is shown is not what is actually shown. You're searching for text in a label that does not appear to be in the label tag. I would think a proper label would be <label for="id1">poetin alfa</label> or if it really does have ankle brackets <label for="id1">&lt;poetin alfa&gt;</label> – Bill Hileman Jul 5 '18 at 13:08
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Try with the below xpath.

//input[contains(text(),'poetin alfa')]/preceding-sibling::input[@type='checkbox']

As you didnt provide the html structure of the text (poetin alfa), I will go with your xpath. The xpath which you constructed has <>.

//input[contains(text(),'')]

You should remove the <> in contains text().

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