Here is how you can select values in a drop down box: The drop Down has an ID called “Domain” and values Yahoo, Virgin, AOL.
SelectElement select = new SelectElement(_webdriver.FindElement(By.Id(“Domain”)));
This will deselect all options, and then select the option withthe displayed text of “Yahoo”.
You can select Radio Boxes and Check Boxes by the following command:
You can find out whether this checkbox/radiobox is alrady selected by this command.
IWebElement checkbox = driver.FindElement(By.Id(“SingleJourneyCheckBox”));
//do something here.
If you were filling out a form and once you’ve ﬁnished, you probably want to submit it. One way to do this would be to ﬁnd the “submit” button and click it:
driver.findElement(By.id(“submit”)).Click(); // Assume the button has the ID “submit”
Alternatively, WebDriver has the convenience method “submit” on every element. If you call this on an element within a form, WebDriver will crawl up the DOM until it ﬁnds the enclosing form and then calls submit on that. If the element isn’t in a form, then the NoSuchElementException will be thrown: