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Part 1 – Resolution of some major-frequently-seen Selenium utilities.

This blog will only focus on areas which coders usually search over web. Here I am collating the data according to my own experience. These methods can be added in the Utility class directly to make wide use of different functionalities.

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Cookies are not that complex to test with Selenium..How??lets have a look!

If we talk in simple terms Cookies are some thing which parents always teach their child ‘Not to have’.
And same applies to some web sites .They can make life tougher of user when cookies are hiding in the web pages and no one can understand ‘what the heck is making my web page to react so weird!!!’

Let me first start why cookies are required and why/ when are not required. There are several types of cookies (of course not chocolate , strawberry , butter ,etc ) which can comes and lives on the web.
For an example, if I want to log into a system and want to stay in the system for ever until I explicitly log out from it , then to maintain this session go live I always requires some sort of cookies which will make this happen for me. This you can count as an advantage , with out a doubt !
But what about this , when I am working on a web page and trying to search for some one and it will navigate me to some stranger’s profile which has no connection with the name i searched for . It is all about the game which cookies does for us đŸ™‚

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