I need the right direction to click on a input field. When I copy the CSS path I get the following:
html body#root div#box div#content div#C_INTERNAL_OBJECT-98286949812.container div#mainPanel.section div#C_DOS_UPDATE-169276301164.container div.content form#C_DOS_UPDATE-169276301164-FORM.parsed div.layout table#L_DOS_UPDATE-160728179478.cols2 tbody tr td table#E_DOS_TITEL-89531585980.element tbody tr td.cell input#E_DOS_TITEL-89531585980-Form-68356896585.form
The bold parts are variable and are changing. Next to this I want to write my tests (PHPunit based) to keep them working also when things are changed (mainly the uppercase parts are relevant and don't change). So I asked our developers for the basic structure. I got this:
.content .mainPanel .container.detail .container.list .container.tab .sidePanel .container.search
Perhaps it's simple for other people, but I don't know how to get the inputfield clicked with this information. How do I select it with a CSS selector which don't use the whole CSS path and only the basic structure above and the absolutely needed parts?
Help would be really great because I'm feeling a little bit lost and I can't ask the devs at the moment.