Well, you do have some options available if you just want Selenium to try and do things for you. Selenium has three built-in waiting mechanisms that you can configure universally by configuring the
Timeouts() object, which is set on your driver object when you instantiate it.
The following are the available mechanisms:
Let's have a look at these mechanisms in some more detail.
This defines the amount of time that Selenium will wait for a page to load. By default, it is set to
0 (which equates to an infinite timeout). If you want to ensure that an error is thrown if your page takes longer than expected to load, you can modify this ...