Unable locate element using follwoing HTML

hello everyone, Thanks to everyone here.

**My code:**

driver.findElement(By.className(“endor-ActionBar-item coral-Button coral-Button–quiet coral-Button–graniteActionBar”)).click();

**Here is the HTML:**

<a class=”endor-ActionBar-item coral-Button coral-Button–quiet coral-Button–graniteActionBar data-within=”.endor-Page-content data-align-from=”left data-point-from=”bottom data-toggle=”popover href=”#popover-06026e5a-015b-41a8-ad5b-7ed7b22b551b title=”Create>
<i class=”coral-Icon coral-Icon–add></i>

I tried to locate element using className, but its came up with an **error**:
The given selector endor-ActionBar-item coral-Button coral-Button–quiet coral-Button–graniteActionBar is either invalid or does not result in a WebElement. The following error occurred:
InvalidSelectorError: Compound class names not permitted

Sam_tester Default Asked on January 14, 2016 in Selenium WebDriver.
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Why don’t you use the relative Xpath for local element get. This Selector works for most of Cases.
Do let me know whether this way works or not on ‘sandeep.duve@gmail.com’

kajugul Train Answered on January 22, 2016.
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