Hover over element

Description

Hovers the mouse cursor over the specified element in the browser opened via the 'DevTool'.

Parameters

The 'Attributes', 'CSS Selector' and 'XPath' sections enables you to identify the element to interact with. One of the above three methods needs to be chosen in order to set the element selector.

Attributes
CSS Selector
XPath

Class name

  1. Set a value: enables you to directly write a string with the value of the class attribute of the html-code of the corresponding element, for example, search-input.

  2. Save the previous step result: chooses the previous function result as the class name.

  3. Calculate a value: enables you to use available properties and methods to form the class.

Id

  1. Set a value: enables you to directly write a string with the value of the id attribute of the html-code of the corresponding element, for example,

    hiddenLanguageInput.

  2. Save the previous step result: chooses the previous function result as the id.

  3. Calculate a value: enables you to use available properties and methods to form the id.

Field name

  1. Set a value: enables you to directly write a string with the value of the name attribute of the html-code of the corresponding element, for example, search.

  2. Save the previous step result: chooses the previous function result as the name.

  3. Calculate a value: enables you to use available properties and methods to form the name.

Tag name

  1. Set a value: enables you to directly write a string with the tag name of the html-code of the corresponding element, for example, div.

  2. Save the previous step result: chooses the previous function result as the tag name.

  3. Calculate a value: enables you to use available properties and methods to form the tag name.

  1. Set a value: enables you to directly write a CSS-selector string of the specified element, for example, input[name='btnK'].

  2. Save the previous step result: chooses the previous function result as the CSS-selector.

  3. Calculate a value: enables you to use available properties and methods to form the CSS-selector.

  1. Set a value: enables you to directly write a string which is the selector of the specified element in the XPath form, for example, //*[@id="rso"]/div[1]/div/div[2]/div/div/div[1]/a.

  2. Save the previous step result: chooses the previous function result as the XPath expression.

  3. Calculate a value: enables you to use available properties and methods to form the XPath expression.

Browser tab

The browser tab number with the desired element. Up to five tabs inclusive can be used in an algorithm.

Comment

Contains an annotation to the block. The input text will be displayed inside the block above the function name.