I see the other attributes are having unique value to locate the element than id or css? How can I use other attributes as a locator in seleniumLibrary?
First refer to the selenium documentation for Locating elements
If you have an element like this:
<button aria-label="open" onclick="function()">CLICK</button>
Then you might be able to simply:
Click Button aria-label:open
Likewise you could use xpath to be a bit more specific e.g.
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> </head> <body> <center> <h1 style="color:green">GeeksforGeeks</h1> <button value="open">open</button> <button aria-label="opens a new window" value="open"> open </button> </center> </body> </html>
Clicking the second button with xpath:
Click Button xpath://center/button[@aria-label="opens a new window"]
Hope that helps,
Thank you for your response. I already used the provided format to locate the element. However it gives error as not found. I have attched the image to this response to give better idea on the interface to explain the issue.
I suspect you can’t use a forward slash in the value for that type of selector, in this situation xpath is probably your best bet:
Click Element //*[@data-foundation-collection-item-id="/content/abc-university/test-homepage"]