This is really useful for translating between CSS, XPath and Selenium: XPath, CSS, DOM and Selenium: The Rosetta Stone.
Every now and then I need to replicate an existing environment – usually one of our CentOS ones. It happens just infrequently enough that I don’t remember the netinstall details off the top of my head.
- Grab the netinstall iso
- Use these details to install:
- Server: vault.centos.org
- Directory: 5.5/os/x86_64/
This one’s been a gotcha on a few support calls in the past: Apache complaining of no space left, but the filesystem is lovely and open? Apache has leaked and used all its semaphores!
I’d prefer to write Selenium tests in Perl – well, no, actually i’d prefer to have the support team submit their own bug reports with SeleniumUI tests attached, but both SeleniumUI and the Perl selenium bindings are looking very neglected nowadays.
Here’s some great user-contributed documentation to writing Selenium tests in Python: http://selenium-python.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html