First, we will explain the root causes of these errors, so you can avoid them in your automation scripts. Then, we will demonstrate how to identify and locate the problematic elements on a web page using the inspect element tool and Python Selenium code.
Next, we will show you how to handle /”Web Element Not Found/” errors by using the try-except block and various locator strategies such as XPath, CSS Selector, and ID. We will also cover how to resolve /”Web Element Not Interactable/” errors by waiting for the element to become clickable using the WebDriverWait function.
Additionally, we will provide you with some tips and best practices for debugging and troubleshooting these errors, so you can improve the reliability of your automation scripts.
By the end of this video, you will have a comprehensive understanding of how to handle /”Web Element Not Found/” and /”Web Element Not Interactable/” errors using Python and Selenium, and be able to implement these techniques in your own automation projects.
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