We will use the following methods and software to complete exhaustive testing of a website:
Cross-page testing entails testing functionality that requires a transition from one page to another. For instance, the checkout procedure in an e-commerce site usually spreads out on several pages. Since this type of testing substantially includes more than one component, it is usually considered an integration test.
Linting refers not just to detecting errors, but to detecting potential errors. The general concept of linting is that it finds websites that could contain potential errors or unstable components, which can lead to errors and issues in the future. JSHint will be used for linting.
Links checking (it is about making sure that there are no broken links on your website) falls within the category of “piece of piss”. It may seem like shooting sparrows with cannons on a simple project, but simple designs usually become complicated, and broken links will definitely appear. It is better to include link checking in the regular quality assurance plan as earlier as possible. Link checking refers to the category of unit testing (i.e. link is either valid, or not). We will use LinkChecker for this testing.
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TestMatick is a famous Cherkassian provider of high performing qa solutions and outsourced website testing services to verify quality, functionality and security challenges across multiple browsers and platforms, including iOS and Android.