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In this video, we will go through the answers as to why our page objects are WET.

Selenium Tutorial – Page Objects in Test Automation – Quiz Answers to why our page objects are WET

The problem with Page objects and why are where it is that we have constant constructors being repeated over and over only the name of the page changes. But what we’re doing in the constructors is always the same we’re always setting it to a driver. So therefore that’s redundant and doesn’t have much purpose and obviously going to causes problems whenever we need to maintain stuff. So the solution to that problem is to add a base page class that will help us to control a lot of our common elements throughout our pages.

So I’m going to quickly code and add the base page here and then we can talk about what I did after.

All right. So the base page has been added. Let’s go ahead and walk through what I just did. And the purpose of it.

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