Which extension or tool can be used with latest Firefox to check the Xpath?

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Which extension or tool can be used with latest Firefox to check the Xpath?

Ankit Gupta-2

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Re: Which extension or tool can be used with latest Firefox to check the Xpath?

Nagendra Kuppala
You don't need any extension or tool to get the xPath or CSS  in Firefox.

RightClick on Element --> copy --> choose your preferred locator xpath or CSS


On Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 11:55:28 PM UTC-7, ankit gupta wrote:

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Which extension or tool can be used with latest Firefox to check the Xpath?

Roma Dembla
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@ankita you can use chropath for latest ff..

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Which extension or tool can be used with latest Firefox to check the Xpath?

Roma Dembla
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@ankit you can use chropath to find xpath for latest ff

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Re: Which extension or tool can be used with latest Firefox to check the Xpath?

Nagendra Kuppala
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You need to be in Inspect Element window.   Right Click on Element --> Inspect Element

RightClick on Element Tag --> copy --> choose your preferred locator xpath or CSS



On Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 11:58:45 PM UTC-7, Nagendra Kuppala wrote:
You don't need any extension or tool to get the xPath or CSS  in Firefox.

RightClick on Element --> copy --> choose your preferred locator xpath or CSS


On Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 11:55:28 PM UTC-7, ankit gupta wrote:

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Re: Which extension or tool can be used with latest Firefox to check the Xpath?

Ankit Gupta-2
Thanks,  @Rome

chropath is working fine. Thanks a lot.

On Mon, Jun 18, 2018 at 12:36 PM, Nagendra Kuppala <[hidden email]> wrote:
You need to be in Inspect Element window.   Right Click on Element --> Inspect Element

RightClick on Element Tag --> copy --> choose your preferred locator xpath or CSS



On Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 11:58:45 PM UTC-7, Nagendra Kuppala wrote:
You don't need any extension or tool to get the xPath or CSS  in Firefox.

RightClick on Element --> copy --> choose your preferred locator xpath or CSS


On Sunday, June 17, 2018 at 11:55:28 PM UTC-7, ankit gupta wrote:

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