I wanted to play around with Selenium to learn how QA folks run tests against websites.
First things first I found some example code here:
Installed Selenium on Python 3 installation on laptop.
pip install selenium
Had to use
python2 the default.
Ran code it needed a browser driver for Firefox called
geckodriver downloaded it and placed it in
/bin/ so that it would be available.
It failed due to not enough capabilities.
Tried successfully on Win7 PC.
Figured the problem on Trisquel Linux laptop was a pretend Firefox called Icecat (though Iceweasel and aBrowser may have the same issue. WebRTC support seemed like the missing part. After I installed the real Firefox everything is fine.
Modified example code to open this website click the CV button and start looking at the elements that represent the links to the CV pdf.
Initial of how to call a selenium build from changing GitHub io builds and how to run headless in a way that Travis can do.