Navigating links using get method Selenium Python

The Python Module of Selenium is designed to do automated Python checking. Selenium Python bindings are supported by a quick API to write performance testing using Selenium WebDriver. You can navigate all the Selenium WebDriver functionality in an elegant way via the Selenium Python API. This article explains how to use Selenium Python to connect to any web connection using the Selenium Webdriver python tool.

Install them from here if you’ve not installed Selenium and its parts, Selenium Python Release and Installation.

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How to navigate links using Python Selenium

From here, instal them from Selenium Python Release and Installation if you haven’t installed Selenium and its modules.

Syntax:

driver.get(url)

Example:

driver.get(“http://www.google.com”)

Until restoring control to your test or script, WebDriver can wait until the page has fully loaded (that is, the onload event has started). It should be remembered that if the page is loaded with a lot of AJAX, then WebDriver will not know when it is fully loaded. If you need to make sure that these pages are fully loaded, you should use Waits.

Project Example:

Build a file named run.py after you have installed Selenium as:

Second Program:

Until restoring control to your test or script, WebDriver can wait until the page has fully loaded (that is, the onload event has started). It should be remembered that if the page is loaded with a lot of AJAX, then WebDriver will not know when it is fully loaded. If you need to make sure that these pages are fully loaded, you should use Waits.

Project Example:

Build a file named run.py after you have installed Selenium as:

Second Program:

from selenium import webdriver

driver = webdriver.Firefox()

driver.get(“https://google.co.in / search?q = facebook”)

Output:
navigation-link-selenium-python
Program:
	from selenium import webdriver
	driver = webdriver.Firefox() 
	# get google.co.in 
	driver.get("https://google.co.in / search?q = google")
	
Output:
navigation-link-selenium-python
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