Thursday, 2 May 2013

Handle iFrames | Selenium

It's easy to work with iFrames.  First, try to find all the iFrames available in web page;  Next, switch into the iframe and then come out of the iframe.


      new WebDriverWait(driver, 5)
System.out.println("Element found");
}catch (TimeoutException e) {
      System.out.println("Element not Found");     

How to Terminate iFrame?
To return back from the current iframe to main content, make use of the following script,


Handle iFrames without id | name

Check iFrames availability

Google Chrome
Use Chrome Developer debugging Tool to find all the available iFrames in the web page.

1| Open chrome web Browser
2| Press F12 key
3| Press Esc key
4| In console, you will see a filter icon followed by the dropdown <top frame>
5| Click on the dropdown to see the iFrames availability.

mozilla Firefox
Use the Firefox addon, web-developer to find all the available iframes in a web page. Selecting 'Outline Frames' lets you highlight the web page UI with iframes.


  1. Thanks for the great information in your blog Selenium Training in Chennai

  2. hi, without using Thread.sleep(waittime) how to write the code ? pls sahre ur ideas.