Now, since you know the basics, it’s time to leverage some important and unique features of G1ANT.Language. Let’s try the commands that master the Internet — starting with the ones, which communicate with browsers.
selenium.click command is used to click an element on a webpage that was open using the
selenium.open command. Both commands are provided by the Selenium Addon, so in order to use them, you need to enable the addon in the Addons panel to the left of the script editor: just click the check box next to the selenium entry to select it.
Run this script:
selenium.open chrome url google.com window ✱Google✱ style maximize selenium.click search gb_70 by id
You can see your Chrome browser launched and the Google search page opens (the
selenium.open command in the first line), then the browser window is maximized (the
window command). Finally, the Google Account login page is displayed, because the
selenium.click command clicks the Sign In button in the top right corner of the page.
But wait, what does the
search gb_70 by id mean? It’s an “address” of an element (the Sign In button in this particular case) in a webpage’s source code. In the next lesson you will learn how you can get it.