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I have an issue with checkbox check in selenium python, I want to make not exact xpath, but something like I did earlier in the code : browser.find_element_by_xpath(".//span[contains(text(), 'Dalej')]").click() but it was in differend coding

exact Xpath of checkbox: /html/body/div[2]/div/div[1]/div[2]/div[4]/form/div[1]/div/div/div/div[2]/div/div/div[1]/div[1]/div/div/fieldset/label/span[1]

checkbox is in:<span class="o-ci"></span>

I want to make some simple find element click, that not include exact XPATH, because I want to test page (source, divs can change, I want to secure my scrpt for that, and lock on something elese)

source code:

<fieldset>
    <legend class="u-acc-hide">Potwierdź, że akceptujesz regulamin i wyrażasz wszystkie zgody
            </legend>
    <label class="o-checkbox  ">
        <input type="checkbox" data-type="master" class="" name="agreement-master" aria-required="false">
            <span class="o-ci"></span>
            <span class="o-ci-label">
                Tak
                </span>
        </label>
    </fieldset>
  • From you question and code sample I have no idea for what you are asking about. – chesthar Aug 29 at 17:09
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If you need to match the <input type="checkbox"> which is before the <span class="o-ci"> you could go for something like:

//span[@class='o-ci']/preceding-sibling::input

Demo:

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