Chapter 14. Website Testing


  • Web Page Fundamentals

  • Black-Box Testing

  • Gray-Box Testing

  • White-Box Testing

  • Configuration and Compatibility Testing

  • Usability Testing

  • Introducing Automation

The testing techniques that you've learned in previous chapters have been fairly generic. They've been presented by using small programs such as Windows WordPad, Calculator, and Paint to demonstrate testing fundamentals and how to apply them. This final chapter of Part III, “Applying Your Testing Skills,” is geared toward testing a specific type of software—Internet web pages. It's a fairly timely topic, something that you're likely familiar with, and a good real-world example to apply the techniques that you've learned so far.

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