Code for How to Automate Login using Selenium in Python Tutorial

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from logging import error
from selenium import webdriver
from import WebDriverWait

# Github credentials
username = "username"
password = "password"

# initialize the Chrome driver
driver = webdriver.Chrome(r"chromedriver")
# head to github login page
# find username/email field and send the username itself to the input field
driver.find_element("id", "login_field").send_keys(username)
# find password input field and insert password as well
driver.find_element("id", "password").send_keys(password)
# click login button
driver.find_element("name", "commit").click()
# wait the ready state to be complete
WebDriverWait(driver=driver, timeout=10).until(
    lambda x: x.execute_script("return document.readyState === 'complete'")
error_message = "Incorrect username or password."
# get the errors (if there are)
errors = driver.find_elements("css selector", ".flash-error")
# print the errors optionally
# for e in errors:
#     print(e.text)
# if we find that error message within errors, then login is failed
if any(error_message in e.text for e in errors):
    print("[!] Login failed")
    print("[+] Login successful")

# an example scenario, show me my public repositories
repos = driver.find_element("css selector", ".js-repos-container")
# wait for the repos container to be loaded
WebDriverWait(driver=driver, timeout=10).until((lambda x: repos.text != "Loading..."))
# iterate over the repos and print their names
for repo in repos.find_elements("css selector", "li.public"): # you can use "li.private" for private repos
    print(repo.find_element("css selector", "a").get_attribute("href"))

# close the driver