收录日期:2020/10/28 08:42:35 时间:2010-09-08 21:19:52 标签:selenium,selenium-ide,automated-tests

I have a selenium script that I created with Selenium IDE. I was wondering if there is anyway to store the text that is in a certain element in a variable so that I can use that text later in the script? I am using selenium IDE to do it and then importing it into browsermob.

For Example: I have this html:

<div id=title>
     <h2>Website</h2>
     <h3><span>web app</span>www.google.com</h3>
</div>

The text in the h3 (www.google.com) changes with different pages. I want a script to be able to run on all these pages that grabs the text in the h3 (in this case www.google.com), and stores it in a javascript variable which I can use in a later part of the script.

http://seleniumhq.org/docs/04_selenese_commands.html#store-commands-and-selenium-variables

Depending what exactly you are trying to do, the storeEval command may be of use. You should just be able to start the Xpath with // as the argument to the storeEval command (so that Selenium knows that you are referencing an Xpath rather than, say, a DOM element).

You can use the following piece of code for your task. It will work.

storeEval window.document.getElementById('menuless') varname 
echo varname