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Selenium

I'm trying out Selenium from http://www.openqa.org/selenium/ to test my web pages.
The problem is: it doesn't seem to recognize the 'back' button, so if I
click on a link,
click back and
click on another link,

Selenium doesn't go back and therefore doesn't find the 2nd link.
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psenn
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psenn
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bwasyliukCommented:
Never used the tool in question, but it sounds like an issue that should be logged/asked of the provider.  Have they told you it is a problem with your site?  If so, are there special circumstances on some of your pages that cause this to happen?
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psennAuthor Commented:
I found out that I had downloaded the IDE instead of the core files.
The IDE gives you a taste of the potential, but the real work is done in the core files.
If you want to see it in action, you should go to
http://www.openqa.org/selenium-core/demo1/TestRunner.html
and then click the "all" button.

The core files have many more tests, but you have to remember to run Selenium on a browser from the same computer that Selenium is testing.
The faq says something about if your code is on computer A, then Selenium has to be on computer A.
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SunilCommented:
For Going Back to Browser History, Click Selenium.goBack() will take you to the last page visited. Same as Browsers Back Button.
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