XPath Practice: Mastering XPath Expressions for Effective Web Automation using Contains() Function.

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         <h1 id="h1" name="header1">Heading 1 </h1>
         <h2 id="h2" name="header2">Heading 2 </h2>
         <h3 id="h3" name="header3">Heading 3 </h3>
         <h4 id="h4" name="header4">Heading 4 </h4>
         <a href="https://thetestdata.com">Visit Thetestdata </a> 
<label class="form-label" id="userEmail-label" name="Email">Email</label>

<p class="form-para" id="userEmail-para" name="Email">Name</p>
     <p style="color:red;">This is a red paragraph.</p> 
XPath Exercise 7

Q1. Find header1 with Contains()

Q2. Find header2 with Contains()

Q3. Find header3 with Contains()

Q4. Find header4 with Contains()

Q5. Find Email with Contains()

Q6. Find Name with Contains()

Q7. Find hyperlink with Contains()

Q8. Find Red Paragraph with Contains()

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Using contains()





The contains() function in XPath can be used to test if a string contains a specified substring.

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