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Handling reCAPTCHA in Cypress

Handling reCAPTCHA in Cypress

Handling reCAPTCHA in Cypress can be a bit tricky, but it can be done using a combination of Cypress commands and JavaScript. Here’s an example of how you can handle reCAPTCHA in Cypress:

// First, visit the page with the reCAPTCHA
cy.visit('https://yourwebsite.com');

// Get the reCAPTCHA element
cy.get('#recaptcha').then(($recaptcha) => {
    // Convert the reCAPTCHA element to a JavaScript object
    const recaptcha = $recaptcha[0];

    // Use JavaScript to set the reCAPTCHA value to 'passed'
    Cypress.on('window:before:load', (win) => {
        win.grecaptcha.execute = () => {
            win.grecaptcha.response = 'passed';
            return 'passed';
        };
    });
});

// Interact with the form or button that is blocked by the reCAPTCHA
cy.get('#submit-button').click();

This code first visit the page with the reCAPTCHA, then it uses the .get() method to select the reCAPTCHA element on the page, and convert it to a JavaScript object. Then it uses the Cypress event window:before:load, to set the reCAPTCHA value to ‘passed’ using JavaScript, this means that the reCAPTCHA will be considered as passed, and the form or button that was blocked by the reCAPTCHA can be interacted with. Finally, it uses the .click() method to interact with the form or button that is blocked by the reCAPTCHA.

It’s worth to mention that this code is just a simulation, and it’s not recommended to use it in any production environment, this method is just for development and testing purposes.

 

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Author: Ghulam Nabi

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