Submits the form containing this element (or this element if it is itself a FORM element). his command is a no-op if the element is not contained in a form.

submitForm() will automatically wait for the element to be present (until the specified timeout). If the element is not found, an error is thrown which will cause the test to fail. Starting with v1.2 you can suppress element not found errors by specifying the suppressNotFoundErrors option.

Usage:

.submitForm(selector, [callback])
.submitForm(using, selector, [callback])

Parameters:

Name Type description
using
Optional
string

The locator strategy to use. See W3C Webdriver - locator strategies

selector string|object

The selector (CSS/Xpath) used to locate the element. Can either be a string or an object which specifies element properties.

callback
Optional
function

Optional callback function to be called when the command finishes.

Example:

this.demoTest = function (browser) {
  browser.submitForm('form.login');
};