Using the stored variables viewer plugin

Selenium IDE provides the capability to store values in variables while running the test. The store variables viewer plugin makes it possible to display the values in the logging panel. Prerequisites The stored variables viewer […]

Using the power debugger plugin

This plugin is very powerful in debugging test scripts. It will pause the execution rather than fail the test. We can simple hit the resume button, once we resolved the issue. Prerequisites The power debugger […]

Using the highlight elements plugin

Sometimes it is hard to see what is going on in the browser window. With the highlight elements plugin we can make the elements we use while testing more visible. Prerequisites The highlight elements plugin […]

Using the data driven user-extension

There are several reasons for implementing data driven testing. Imagine we have to test a Telecom application, where we need unique phone numbers for every test. Or we have to test an insurance application, where […]

Using the flow control user-extension

We want to add conditional statements to our tests. This tutorial will show different ways of using conditional statements. Prerequisites We have to make the flow-control user-extension available in Selenium IDE by loading the file […]

Using the UI-map user-extension

We want to make maintainable and readable test scripts by extracting the locators to an external file. In practice First we have to make an external file, called UI-map.js. This can be done with notepad. […]

Selenium IDE extensions & plugins Introduction

Selenium IDE (Integrated Development Environment) can be enriched with user-extensions, such as: logical statements and data driven testing. It also allows us to create our own actions, assertions and even your own locator strategies. Those […]