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I think the best way would be to have a look at BrowserStack website, they actually answer all of your questions. However, to point you a bit to the right direction, as of May 2021, BrowserStack offers these products: Out of these, you will likely be interested in these 3: because they let you test in desktop, tablet, and mobile browsers on various devices ...


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In every testing company, automation testing services teams may face this type issue related to focusing a webElement. This can be done by doing mousehover actions by selenium or by java script. Below is one way of getting the focus on webElement: C#: ((IJavaScriptExecutor)webDriver).ExecuteScript("arguments[0].scrollIntoView(true);", webElement); ...


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https://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_html_click.asp click() is an action but hover() is a event , so calling hover over the element doesn't do anything . It is used define what should happen when user hovers over the element. Using action class is the best way , but still if you want to use javascript use: arguments[0].focus() Note: in the example the link ...


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