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Website Content Testing

Website Content Testing

Website Content Testing


Does anyone here use any website content testing tools.  Eg something that looks for all the links on a page (and every subsequent page) for non-loading pages?  Also something that can test Javascript / Flash / images to ensure they load correctly?  It would be nice to work with https and have the ability to login to a section of the site to test.

Does anyone know of anything that can do this?


RE: Website Content Testing

I know that Canoo WebTest can check links (verifyLinks, http://webtest.canoo.com/webtest/manual/verifyLinks.html), and also check for missing images. You might be able to knock up something similar with Selenium.

I'd ask in forum1393: Systems & Software Testing and/or forum1652: OpenQA Selenium Test Tool for more help with testing tasks, though, as it's not really a design question.

Hope this helps,


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RE: Website Content Testing

Excellent thanks Dan!

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