selenium.webdriver.support.select

class selenium.webdriver.support.select.Select(webelement)[source]

Constructor. A check is made that the given element is, indeed, a SELECT tag. If it is not, then an UnexpectedTagNameException is thrown.

Args:
  • webelement - element SELECT element to wrap
Example:

from selenium.webdriver.support.ui import Select

Select(driver.find_element(By.TAG_NAME, “select”)).select_by_index(2)

all_selected_options

Returns a list of all selected options belonging to this select tag

deselect_all()[source]

Clear all selected entries. This is only valid when the SELECT supports multiple selections. throws NotImplementedError If the SELECT does not support multiple selections

deselect_by_index(index)[source]

Deselect the option at the given index. This is done by examing the “index” attribute of an element, and not merely by counting.

Args:
  • index - The option at this index will be deselected

throws NoSuchElementException If there is no option with specified index in SELECT

deselect_by_value(value)[source]

Deselect all options that have a value matching the argument. That is, when given “foo” this would deselect an option like:

<option value=”foo”>Bar</option>
Args:
  • value - The value to match against

throws NoSuchElementException If there is no option with specified value in SELECT

deselect_by_visible_text(text)[source]

Deselect all options that display text matching the argument. That is, when given “Bar” this would deselect an option like:

<option value=”foo”>Bar</option>

Args:
  • text - The visible text to match against
first_selected_option

The first selected option in this select tag (or the currently selected option in a normal select)

options

Returns a list of all options belonging to this select tag

select_by_index(index)[source]

Select the option at the given index. This is done by examing the “index” attribute of an element, and not merely by counting.

Args:
  • index - The option at this index will be selected

throws NoSuchElementException If there is no option with specified index in SELECT

select_by_value(value)[source]

Select all options that have a value matching the argument. That is, when given “foo” this would select an option like:

<option value=”foo”>Bar</option>

Args:
  • value - The value to match against

throws NoSuchElementException If there is no option with specified value in SELECT

select_by_visible_text(text)[source]

Select all options that display text matching the argument. That is, when given “Bar” this would select an option like:

<option value=”foo”>Bar</option>
Args:
  • text - The visible text to match against

throws NoSuchElementException If there is no option with specified text in SELECT