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SeleniumBase

Running Example Tests:

SeleniumBase tests are run with pytest. Chrome is the default browser if not specifed. During test failures, logs and screenshots from the latest run are saved to the latest_logs/ folder.

Example tests are located in SeleniumBase/examples.

(NOTE: Some example tests fail on purpose to demonstrate logging features.)

Here are some example run commands to help get you started:

Run an example test in Chrome: (Default: --browser=chrome)

pytest my_first_test.py

Run an example test in Firefox:

pytest my_first_test.py --browser=firefox

Run an example test in Demo Mode: (highlight assertions)

pytest my_first_test.py --demo


Run a different example in Demo Mode:

pytest test_swag_labs.py --demo


Run an example test in Headless Mode: (invisible browser)

pytest my_first_test.py --headless

Run an example test using Chrome's mobile device emulator: (default settings)

pytest test_swag_labs.py --mobile


Run tests with verbose output: (includes more details)

pytest test_suite.py -v

Run a test on the Demo Site to try many SeleniumBase methods:

pytest test_demo_site.py


Run tests multi-threaded using [n] threads:

pytest test_suite.py -v -n=4

Run a parameterized test: (Generates multiple tests from one)

pytest parameterized_test.py -v

Run a test suite and generate a pytest report: (pytest-only)

pytest test_suite.py -v --html=report.html

Run a failing test: (See the latest_logs/ folder for logs and screenshots)

pytest test_fail.py

Run a failing test with Debug-mode enabled: (pdb activates on failures)

pytest test_fail.py --pdb -s

Run an example test suite that demonstrates the use of pytest markers:

pytest -m marker_test_suite -v

Run an example test suite that reuses the browser session between tests:

pytest test_suite.py --reuse-session -v

Run an example test demonstrating the rate_limited Python decorator:

pytest rate_limiting_test.py

Run an example test that demonstrates how to upload a file to a website:

pytest upload_file_test.py

SeleniumBase tests can also be run with nosetests

Run an example test with nosetests:

nosetests my_first_test.py

Run an example test suite and generate a nosetest report: (nosetests-only)

nosetests test_suite.py --report --show-report

Run an example test using a nosetest configuration file: (nosetests-only)

nosetests my_first_test.py --config=example_config.cfg

For more advanced run commands, such as using a proxy server, see ../help_docs/customizing_test_runs.md


To make things easier, here's a simple GUI program that allows you to run a few example tests by pressing a button:

python gui_test_runner.py


Tested with SeleniumBase