Element Locators in Selenium

Selenium WebDriver use locators to find the elements on web page with the help of findElement() and findElements() methods provided by WebDriver and WebElement class.
findElement() returns a WebElement object based on a specified search criteria or throw an exception if it does not find any element matching the search criteria.
findElements() returns a list of WebElements matching the search criteria. If no elements are found, it returns an empty list.
The locators elements of Selenium Webdriver as run as following with java syntax and Example.
1. id
2. class name
3. Linktext
4. Partial Linktext
5. Tag Name
6. Name
7. Css
8. xpath

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