XPath Practice: Mastering XPath Expressions for Effective Web Automation

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HTML Game Code 1

        <p>Paragraph one</p>
       <h1>Heading 1 </h1>

XPath Practice Exercise 1

Q1. Find Paragraph one

Q2. Find Heading 1

Q3. Find Heading 1 From DIV Tag

Q4. Find Paragraph From DIV Tag

XPath O/P

Enter XPath:   

Tips and Syntax For This Page Xpath Exercise :

Using Double Slash

Syntax : //tagname

Where tagname is the name of the HTML element you want to search for.

Here are a few examples to demonstrate how to use the double slash in XPath:

e.g :
1) //p
2) //form/div[1]/div/div[1]/div/div/input[1]

The double slash (//) in an XPath expression is used to search for elements anywhere in the document, regardless of their location in the hierarchy of elements. For example, the expression //input would select all input elements in the document, regardless of whether they are direct children of the root element or are nested several levels deep inside other elements.

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