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There's no special kind of configurations that you need to do after installing it, you just use selenium and it will know how to execute it since it's now in PATH. So from inside your python script, you'd do:

from selenium import webdriver driver = webdriver.Firefox() driver.get('example.com')

# SOME OTHER CODE

driver.quit()

It's an old question, but I stumbled upon when I was searching, so it might benefit other people.

There's no special kind of configurations that you need to do after installing it, you just use selenium and it will know how to execute it since it's now in PATH. So from inside your python script, you'd do:

do:  from selenium import webdriver driver = webdriver.Firefox() driver.get('example.com') driver.get('example.com') SOME OTHER CODE 

driver.quit()CODE driver.quit() 

It's an old question, but I stumbled upon when I was searching, so it might benefit other people.

There's no special kind of configurations that you need to do after installing it, you just use selenium and it will know how to execute it since it's now in PATH. So from inside your python script, you'd do: do:


from selenium import webdriver
driver = webdriver.Firefox()
driver.get('example.com')
# SOME OTHER
# OTHER
# CODE
driver.quit()


It's an old question, but I stumbled upon when I was searching, so it might benefit other people.