[Webtest] HTML attribute check

Cormac Parle Cormac Parle <cormac@morsolutions.com>
Fri, 25 May 2007 12:05:00 +0100


If you're using xhtml it would perhaps be better to use 
disabled="disabled" rather than adding an id as it's standards compliant

Michael Habbert wrote:
> Christoph Sandrus wrote:
>> Hi to all!
>>
>> I have a little question:
>> How can I verify a attribute with webtest?
>>
>> Example:
>> If I want to check if a input field is disabled, which step do I have 
>> to use?
>> eg:
>>
>> <input name="blabla" value="stone" disabled>
> 
> Hi Christoph,
> 
> I would suggest you add an id-attribute to your input-field and check 
> that tag with an RegExpression based on the ID.
> 

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