There is a new Selenium 4 version that does some things a fair bit differently than selenium 3 As A result it seems that it should get its own tag.

The changes include but are not limited to:

  • New driver constructors
  • New ways of setting up waits
  • New ways of setting up and running distributed test systems (including for docker and vms)
  • Changes to Actions
  • W3C Standardization
  • Relative-locators - for finding element relative to other nearby elements
  • Changes to window/tab management
  • Deprecation of "DesiredCapabilities" for base web browsers - replaced by an overhauled options api

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Absolutely it should. There is which is for Selenium 1, and also and - no reason not to continue the trend which appears to be working. Let's just make sure we're diligent about properly tagging things tagged with when they really mean 2, 3, or 4.

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