SelectorsHub: The right way to write XPath and CSS Selector

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In this video XPath Tutorial, We are going to use SelectorsHub like a pro to write the XPath and CSS Selectors.
Our today’s guest Sanjay Kumar is the Inventor & creator of SelectorsHub & ChroPath. https://www.linkedin.com/in/chropath-creator/
SelectorsHub is the next gen XPath and cssSelector tool and the only tool which supports shadow dom, error handling, smart editor and much more.
Contents of the video
Misconceptions we learnt due to lack of innovations while writing XPath and CSS Selectors.
Correct way to write and verify XPath and selectors.
What is SelectorsHub? How to install SelectorsHub extension? SelectorsHub feature – Auto suggest demo SelectorsHub feature – Shadow DOM support demo SelectorsHub feature – Iframe support demo SelectorsHub feature – SVG element xpath support demo
New features in 3.0 version
If you have written a wrong xpath, the tool will inform you about the errors and suggests you the way to correct
SelectorsHub is a free tool with no license required.
Now SelectorsHub Tool is available for Safari Browsers also.
It gives you quick auto suggestions on text, attributes, siblings, parents, childNodes, ancestors and descendants.
Selectorshub does not store any user data, The tool runs in a local environment. This is a 100% safe and secure extension.
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