How to wait until an element is visible with JavaScript Puppeteer?

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To wait until an element is visible with JavaScript Puppeteer, you can use the page.waitForSelector method. The page.waitForSelector method takes a selector as an argument and returns a Promise that resolves when an element matching the selector becomes visible on the page.

Here’s an example:

const selector = "#element";

await page.waitForSelector(selector, { visible: true });

const element = await page.$(selector);

// Your code here

In this example, we first specify the selector for the element we want to wait for. The page.waitForSelector method is then used to wait until an element matching the selector becomes visible on the page. Finally, we use the page.$ method to select the element and perform any desired actions on it.

Note that the page.waitForSelector method returns a Promise that resolves when the element becomes visible. You should use the await keyword to wait for the Promise to resolve before executing any code that depends on the element being visible.

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