Firefox maintains its proxy configuration in a profile. Jun 9, T The above Java code states that we are waiting for an element for the time frame of 20 seconds as defined in the ” WebDriverWait ” class on the webpage until the ” ExpectedConditions ” are met and the condition is ” visibilityofElementLocated “. It means that if the element is not located on the web page within that time frame, it will throw an exception. The explicit wait is an intelligent kind of wait, but it can be applied only for specified elements. Let’s consider a scenario where we have to use both implicit and explicit waits in our test.

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Listed below are a few examples for the usage of such conditions. If the element is located within this time frame it will perform the operations else it will throw an” ElementNotVisibleException ” Difference between Implicit Wait Vs Explicit Wait Implicit Wait Explicit Wait Implicit Wait time is applied to all the elements in the script Explicit Wait time is applied only to those elements which are intended by us In Implicit Implucitlywait, we need not specify “ExpectedConditions” implicotlywait the element to be located In Explicit Wait, we need to specify “ExpectedConditions” on the element to be located It is recommended to use when the elements are located with the time frame specified in implicit implifitlywait It is recommended to use when the elements are taking long time to load and also for verifying the property of the element like visibilityOfElementLocated, elementToBeClickable,elementToBeSelected Conclusion: In this tutorial, you will learn various aspects of both “Implicit” and “Explicit” waits in Selenium.


Identifying a root cause helps us resolve issues more quickly. Or you can create a method in order to pass seconds for the explicit wait, but again this is not a best practice: The element might load within 10 seconds, 20 seconds or even ijplicitlywait then that if we declare an explicit wait of 20 seconds.

Waiting is having the automated task execution elapse a certain amount of time before continuing with the next step. Found in build Email Required, but never shown.

Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. In sleep code It will websriver wait for mentioned seconds, even in case the page is ready to interact after 1 sec.

driver.manage().timeouts().implicitlyWait(60, TimeUnit.SECONDS) is ignored

FirefoxProfile set something on the profile Last updated on Dec 27, Sign up using Facebook. Do not mix implicit and explicit waits. Steps to reproduce Hello, I run my code locally: It will wait till the specified time before throwing an exception.

The easiest and recommended way is to manually set the proxy on the machine that will be running the test. Is basically the same as internet explorer.

Implicit, Explicit, & Fluent Wait in Selenium WebDriver

Element is Clickable – it is Displayed and Enabled. You can preset the proxy in a profile and use that Firefox Profile or you can set it on profile that is created on the fly as is shown in the following example. When a page is loaded by the browser the elements which we want to interact with may load at different time intervals. This article is contributed by Chaitanya Pujari.


After you understand how to locate elements with Selenium WebDriveryou have to focus on waiting for elements to appear, be visible, be clickable. If it does not find the mentioned web element, if finds that element in the web page for that particular wait period.

That is my understanding of how the implicit wait works. There are too many possible combinations to count. Y N [1] 1234 Using the emulator [2] 12 With explicitly enabling native events.

It is recommended to use when the elements are located with webdrver time frame specified in implicit wait. That why it is not recommended to use Thread. Once set, the implicit wait is set for the life of the WebDriver object instance.

WebDriver: Advanced Usage — Selenium Documentation

Implicit, Explicit and Fluent Wait are the different waits used in selenium. Choose to use Explicit Waits or Implicit Waits.

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