Web Testing: Complete guide on testing web applications

In my previous post I have outlined points to be considered while testing web applications. Here we will see some more details on web application testing with web testing test cases. Let me tell you one thing that I always like to share practical knowledge, which can be useful to users in their career life. This is a quite long article so sit back and get relaxed to get most out of it.

Let’s have first web testing checklist.
1) Functionality Testing
2) Usability testing
3) Interface testing
4) Compatibility testing
5) Performance testing
6) Security testing

1) Functionality Testing:

Test for – all the links in web pages, database connection, forms used in the web pages for submitting or getting information from user, Cookie testing.

Check all the links:

  • Test the outgoing links from all the pages from specific domain under test.
  • Test all internal links.
  • Test links jumping on the same pages.
  • Test links used to send the email to admin or other users from web pages.
  • Test to check if there are any orphan pages.
  • Lastly in link checking, check for broken links in all above-mentioned links.

Test forms in all pages:
Forms are the integral part of any web site. Forms are used to get information from users and to keep interaction with them. So what should be checked on these forms?

  • First check all the validations on each field.
  • Check for the default values of fields.
  • Wrong inputs to the fields in the forms.
  • Options to create forms if any, form delete, view or modify the forms.

Let’s take example of the search engine project currently I am working on, In this project we have advertiser and affiliate signup steps. Each sign up step is different but dependent on other steps. So sign up flow should get executed correctly. There are different field validations like email Ids, User financial info validations. All these validations should get checked in manual or automated web testing.

Cookies testing:
Cookies are small files stored on user machine. These are basically used to maintain the session mainly login sessions. Test the application by enabling or disabling the cookies in your browser options. Test if the cookies are encrypted before writing to user machine. If you are testing the session cookies (i.e. cookies expire after the sessions ends) check for login sessions and user stats after session end. Check effect on application security by deleting the cookies. (I will soon write separate article on cookie testing)

Validate your HTML/CSS:
If you are optimizing your site for Search engines then HTML/CSS validation is very important. Mainly validate the site for HTML syntax errors. Check if site is crawlable to different search engines.

Database testing:
Data consistency is very important in web application. Check for data integrity and errors while you edit, delete, modify the forms or do any DB related functionality.
Check if all the database queries are executing correctly, data is retrieved correctly and also updated correctly. More on database testing could be load on DB, we will address this in web load or performance testing below.

2) Usability Testing:

Test for navigation:
Navigation means how the user surfs the web pages, different controls like buttons, boxes or how user using the links on the pages to surf different pages.
Usability testing includes:
Web site should be easy to use. Instructions should be provided clearly. Check if the provided instructions are correct means whether they satisfy purpose.
Main menu should be provided on each page. It should be consistent.

Content checking:
Content should be logical and easy to understand. Check for spelling errors. Use of dark colors annoys users and should not be used in site theme. You can follow some standards that are used for web page and content building. These are common accepted standards like as I mentioned above about annoying colors, fonts, frames etc.
Content should be meaningful. All the anchor text links should be working properly. Images should be placed properly with proper sizes.
These are some basic standards that should be followed in web development. Your task is to validate all for UI testing

Other user information for user help:
Like search option, sitemap, help files etc. Sitemap should be present with all the links in web sites with proper tree view of navigation. Check for all links on the sitemap.
“Search in the site” option will help users to find content pages they are looking for easily and quickly. These are all optional items and if present should be validated.

3) Interface Testing:
The main interfaces are:
Web server and application server interface
Application server and Database server interface.

Check if all the interactions between these servers are executed properly. Errors are handled properly. If database or web server returns any error message for any query by application server then application server should catch and display these error messages appropriately to users. Check what happens if user interrupts any transaction in-between? Check what happens if connection to web server is reset in between?

4) Compatibility Testing:
Compatibility of your web site is very important testing aspect. See which compatibility test to be executed:

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  • Browser compatibility
  • Operating system compatibility
  • Mobile browsing
  • Printing options

Browser compatibility:
In my web-testing career I have experienced this as most influencing part on web site testing.
Some applications are very dependent on browsers. Different browsers have different configurations and settings that your web page should be compatible with. Your web site coding should be cross browser platform compatible. If you are using java scripts or AJAX calls for UI functionality, performing security checks or validations then give more stress on browser compatibility testing of your web application.
Test web application on different browsers like Internet explorer, Firefox, Netscape navigator, AOL, Safari, Opera browsers with different versions.

OS compatibility:
Some functionality in your web application is may not be compatible with all operating systems. All new technologies used in web development like graphics designs, interface calls like different API’s may not be available in all Operating Systems.
Test your web application on different operating systems like Windows, Unix, MAC, Linux, Solaris with different OS flavors.

Mobile browsing:
This is new technology age. So in future Mobile browsing will rock. Test your web pages on mobile browsers. Compatibility issues may be there on mobile.

Printing options:
If you are giving page-printing options then make sure fonts, page alignment, page graphics getting printed properly. Pages should be fit to paper size or as per the size mentioned in printing option.

5) Performance testing:
Web application should sustain to heavy load. Web performance testing should include:
Web Load Testing
Web Stress Testing

Test application performance on different internet connection speed.
In web load testing test if many users are accessing or requesting the same page. Can system sustain in peak load times? Site should handle many simultaneous user requests, large input data from users, Simultaneous connection to DB, heavy load on specific pages etc.

Stress testing: Generally stress means stretching the system beyond its specification limits. Web stress testing is performed to break the site by giving stress and checked how system reacts to stress and how system recovers from crashes.
Stress is generally given on input fields, login and sign up areas.

In web performance testing web site functionality on different operating systems, different hardware platforms is checked for software, hardware memory leakage errors,

6) Security Testing:

Following are some test cases for web security testing:

  • Test by pasting internal url directly into browser address bar without login. Internal pages should not open.
  • If you are logged in using username and password and browsing internal pages then try changing url options directly. I.e. If you are checking some publisher site statistics with publisher site ID= 123. Try directly changing the url site ID parameter to different site ID which is not related to logged in user. Access should denied for this user to view others stats.
  • Try some invalid inputs in input fields like login username, password, input text boxes. Check the system reaction on all invalid inputs.
  • Web directories or files should not be accessible directly unless given download option.
  • Test the CAPTCHA for automates scripts logins.
  • Test if SSL is used for security measures. If used proper message should get displayed when user switch from non-secure http:// pages to secure https:// pages and vice versa.
  • All transactions, error messages, security breach attempts should get logged in log files somewhere on web server.

I think I have addressed all major web testing methods. I have worked for around 2 years out of my testing career on web testing. There are some experts who have spent their whole career life on web testing. If I missed out addressing some important web testing aspect then let me know in comments below. I will keep on updating the article for latest testing information.

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566 comments ↓

#1 swapna on 08.16.07 at 2:18 pm

Very useful guide on web application testing….
Thank u sooo much

#2 testerqa on 08.16.07 at 4:22 pm

Very useful tutorial

#3 Sameer Mandve on 08.17.07 at 2:42 am

Really nice one………..

#4 jignesh on 08.18.07 at 5:22 am

hi, Which one tool is best for testing and easy to use. give introduction about this tool and perfect Details.
Thanks

#5 Vijay on 08.20.07 at 5:44 am

Thanks Swapna, TesterQA and Sameer for your kind words.

@ Jignesh Automation tool selection is purely based on the project which you are going to test. I suggest what all factors should be considered while choosing automation tool for your project in this article :
http://www.softwaretestinghelp.com/choosing-automation-tool-for-your-organization/

Still I will try to cover in my posts about the main automation tools like WinRunner and QTP.

#6 ASHA on 08.20.07 at 10:16 am

HI,

Very useful information. Thank you.

#7 jhenz on 08.22.07 at 2:04 am

wow! what an informative site… i am really thankful for this. as i’ve said before, i have learned a great deal on these infos. again, a lot of thanks! i’ve done all 5 checklist except for the security… now that u hav the details on how i’l do the checking, i wil defntly try it. thank you again… :D

#8 jhenz on 08.22.07 at 6:38 am

hello vijay,

i would like to ask when are you going to post the article about cookies?… i am going to do a test on cookies soon and before i do this, i would like to read first your article. but f incase my testing would me much sooner, i just would like to ask how would you do this… “Test the application by enabling or disabling the cookies in your browser options.”

thank you very much! :)

#9 Vijay on 08.22.07 at 7:04 am

@Asha Thank for your kind words..

@ Jhenz yeah I will try ASAP to write Cookie testing article..
About your query – To change cookie settings in Internet Explorer: Open IE-Go to Tools-Internet Options- Click on Privacy tab- then ‘Advanced’ button. Here you can enable or disable the cookies.
For Firefox Go to Tools-Options-Privacy

#10 jhenz on 08.22.07 at 7:39 am

thank you again. :D

#11 udhayakumar on 08.22.07 at 9:02 am

Total summary of testing very good.

#12 Naga Vishala on 08.27.07 at 11:18 am

Hi, this is naga vishala

I would like to know that can we write test cases for non-functionality testing?(like User Acceptence Testing)
And one more What is Monkey Testing ? shall we use this testing in real time?

#13 Vijay on 09.03.07 at 8:49 am

@ Naga vishala – Yes we should write test cases for usability testing also. Monkey testing is random , destructive type testing performed by some automation tools and without driven by any real user. Monkey testing can generally find the crashes in application.

#14 yemi on 09.05.07 at 9:47 am

I have just finished a course intesting using test director. I don,t have job exp, how can i go about geting a job or geting jo exp

#15 Kishore on 09.07.07 at 10:59 am

Hi,
Excellent stuff.
I would like to ask one question regarding performance testing. Can we perform performance testing manually. as you mention about web stress testing where we stress input file, sign up screen etc. So, how we gona perform that as we all know sign up page has already has validation. Please elaborate this concept a bit.

Thanks & Regards
Kishore

#16 Ramdev Sharma on 09.11.07 at 8:02 am

hi,
Really excellent site.This site gives the information according to the real time.it’s very usefull.
Can you please write on How To analyze the results of Load Testing? ,What are the points to be consider for load testing?
Please write indepth regarding “Load Testing”.
Keep up the good work…..
Thanks in Advance…

#17 Trupti Gandhi on 09.17.07 at 6:32 am

hi
very informative information thank you very much

i want to know more on Regression testing & performation testing

on Theoritical point of view i got but i want to know how can i test these 2 things practiclly

#18 lavanya on 09.17.07 at 6:39 am

what is orphan link,broken link , internal link, externallink .
give with examples

#19 lavanya on 09.17.07 at 6:42 am

what are different levels of people involved in a company for software testing. what are their position names starting from the tester.

#20 Naveen Pathak on 09.17.07 at 7:37 am

Very Nice,
can you add SQL injection and Session hijacking in security testing.

#21 lavanya on 09.18.07 at 5:11 am

your articals are really great . i would like to ask what is quiet phase in sdlc.

#22 shweta on 09.21.07 at 5:19 am

Hi,
Ur information is indeed very helpful.Can u please tell me ,hw can we perform cookie,html &css testing.

#23 shweta on 09.21.07 at 6:12 am

what r the best automated tools for web testing????

#24 pradeep mathew on 09.22.07 at 2:40 pm

how we can test what is the maximum users that can access a particular web site at a time???

#25 Good job on 09.28.07 at 12:22 pm

good job,if interaction is done or chat is provide we can learn nice informations on testing .

Because i believe testing is innovative,every person will have his own creations what ever we see or learn ,while in implementation we loose the ethics on that particular concept ,so the person intrested can chat and solve the doubts regarding testing

#26 Vijay on 10.03.07 at 9:34 am

@ -Kishore
The only way is to do performance testing on pages having Captcha is to disable the Captcha while recording the script using automation tool. Disabling Captcha will not effect on your performance standards as your final goal is to stress the system for its resources.

@ Ramdev Sharma
Yes to explain about Load testing I need to write a article on it as this topic itself is a big one.

@ Trupti Gandhi
For regression testing using automation tool is the best and efficient method. However you need some test cases written on the module you are going to test for regression. You can use old test cases to record the scripts on.
For performance testing tools mentioned here http://www.opensourcetesting.org/performance.php
First decide your performance criteria and then apply the test cases accordingly

@ lavanya
On every page there are some links pointing to some pages. So we can differentiate all these links.
The links pointing to same domain are said to internal links. e.g The link http://www.softwaretestinghelp.com/jobs/ is pointing to same domain softwaretestinghelp.com so it’s a internal link.
Links pointing to other domain are external links. E.g See the above link pointing to opensourcetesting.org domain.
Broken links: If clicking on any link displays 404 page not found error then that link is said to be broken or unreachable link.
Orphan link: If no internal link is pointing to any particular web page on your domain then that web page link is said to be orphan link i.e not having any ancestor and no way to reach that link from your domain !

@shweta
for Cookie testing you can refer the article
http://www.softwaretestinghelp.com/website-cookie-testing-test-cases/

@ pradeep mathew
You can use load or stress testing automation tools to simulate n number of virtual users accessing particular web page or site simultaneously.

#27 vamsi on 10.03.07 at 10:38 am

hai can any one suggest free online testing books for download?

#28 Balister Panwar on 10.08.07 at 1:38 pm

hai. what is main point for security testing for web application

#29 Raji on 10.09.07 at 11:15 am

Hi Vijay,
Firstly, this site is very helpful for beginners.
All your posts are very easy to understand and have in depth information.
I would be thankful if you could suggest some simple websites / software etc that beginners could test at home to understand all the concepts better.
Thanks,
Raji

#30 Kaustubh on 10.17.07 at 11:12 am

Hi Vijay,

This site is very helpful.. Can you please explain what is “Validate your HTML/CSS”.

And what are the questions asked on web based testing.

Thanks

Kaustubh

#31 Giridhara Reddy on 10.23.07 at 4:30 am

This is very useful information. This page is going to be part of my favorites.

Thank you
Giridhara Reddy.S

#32 sri on 10.23.07 at 12:32 pm

This website is the best website i ever been visited.
lots of useful information for every one.

Thanks,
Sri.

#33 udhayakumar on 10.30.07 at 7:04 am

Hi
This is very use ful information.

thanks
udhaya

#34 Robinson on 10.31.07 at 6:54 am

Really this site is awesome.. Very useful information.. I love this site.. Thanks a lot..

#35 Priya on 11.05.07 at 11:26 pm

Hi Vijay,

Really this is a excellent site for all of us. The information are really very practical. I am very much thankful for this.
Could you please help me to prepare a testing strategy for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS 2007). I mean how do I approach for this and what should be my strategy??

Thanks in advance.

Priya

#36 ARPITHA on 11.16.07 at 6:13 am

I LIKETHIS WEB SITE VERY MUCH BUT IWANT TO KNOE HOW TO TEST MICROSOFT WORD IN SOFTWARE TESTING
PLEASE GUIDE ME AND SHOW ME THE TEST CASES.

#37 ARPITHA on 11.16.07 at 6:14 am

GOOD WEBSITE

#38 Ajay on 11.18.07 at 11:09 am

Can anyone tell me about the automation tools for load testing and stress testing.

#39 Manju.P on 11.19.07 at 6:13 am

Please note that there is a spelling mistake for the word user status in the last line

Cookies testing:
if the cookies are encrypted before writing to user machine. If you are testing the session cookies (i.e. cookies expire after the sessions ends) check for login sessions and user stats after session end.

#40 Tulsi Akula on 11.19.07 at 7:19 am

Cookies testing:
if the cookies are encrypted before writing to user machine. If you are testing the session cookies (i.e. cookies expire after the sessions ends) check for login sessions and user status after session end.

#41 Manju.P on 11.20.07 at 4:55 am

Please check and correct the spelling mistake for the word others status in the last line of the second case in security testing

6) Security Testing:

Following are some test cases for web security testing:

Try directly changing the url site ID parameter to different site ID which is not related to logged in user. Access should denied for this user to view others stats.

#42 Vijay on 11.20.07 at 5:40 am

@ Manju,
It’s not a spelling mistake. I have used word ‘stats’ as an abbreviation for word ‘statistics’ which here means data reports for user account and this word ‘stats’ is commonly used in online advertising business.

#43 Good 1 on 11.20.07 at 6:57 am

Good Site

#44 Manju.P on 11.21.07 at 3:49 am

Vijay,
Thanks for the information

#45 shiva on 11.21.07 at 9:20 am

thanks

#46 Ajay on 11.21.07 at 5:16 pm

How to perform database testing.

#47 daredevil on 11.22.07 at 3:52 am

hey vijay,
I find this website very helpful ….thnx alot . I was waiting for a answer on validation of HtML/CSS which was posted by Kaustubh as even i wanted to know more abt the HtMl/css and wat role it has in search engines.

thnx

#48 daredevil on 11.22.07 at 4:14 pm

hey vijay,
i would also like to know how test a search field with the first name and last name …..and wat are the possible scenarios can we try???

#49 Tanvi on 11.26.07 at 12:30 pm

vijay, wat do u mean by “Check if site is crawlable to different search engines.”

#50 tulasi on 11.28.07 at 9:47 am

hi this tulasiram
i am new to this testing,
i have a dought in web testing.
Right now u r useing yahoo application, not only you
so many users are useing this application . How can
you test this application.

#51 venkat on 12.04.07 at 5:36 am

hi thanks for the team, can develop more using this

#52 Pradeep on 12.04.07 at 8:47 am

HI ,

This is very much useful and Thanks for this article

#53 Varsha on 12.11.07 at 7:18 am

Hi Vijay!

Excellent website. Thanks a lot.

Could you pls elaborate more on Stress Testing & how to perform it manually?

Also can anyone tell me about some good open-source tools for functional testing?

#54 Malatesh on 12.24.07 at 11:48 am

hi
i felt this site is very useful and is there any free tool available on net to do the performance and stress testing…which should be easy to understand

#55 Firon Fitz on 01.03.08 at 4:38 pm

This information is very useful fot me nut can you tell more about cookie, html and css testing?

#56 shankar on 01.05.08 at 4:19 pm

please give me some sample testcases for web application testing.

#57 mugi on 01.07.08 at 5:38 am

It’s very easy to learn the testing concepts in the clear way.Each and every concept is undestands very easily and clearly.If you’r providing Sample testcase,bug report and tseting deliverables useful for us!!!!!!

Tahnk you!!!!

#58 Somendra Singh on 01.08.08 at 11:45 am

It is a good article that really help me to understand the Website Testing.

Thank You!!!!

#59 JAYANT on 01.08.08 at 12:44 pm

THANKS FOR INFORMATION

#60 renji on 01.18.08 at 5:38 am

great stuff…i want to know more abt how to test web based application using QTP

#61 guest on 01.25.08 at 5:23 am

hi
i am working as tester with 2+ of exp in manual testing only.
up to uploading the resume and shortlisting the resume,every thing is working correctly.but after that i am not getting any proper reply.
i don’t know is mistake from my side i mean from my resume and skills or problem from company side
please give me the reply
thanku in advance

#62 Madhavi on 01.30.08 at 12:05 pm

Very useful information. Thanks so much!

#63 karthik on 02.05.08 at 5:07 pm

very useful tips to learn web testing

#64 Mitu on 02.11.08 at 7:15 am

Hi,

This article is really great. Keep on publishing these kind.
thanks

#65 SOUJANYA on 02.12.08 at 10:16 am

Not clear about mobile browsing

#66 shamita on 02.14.08 at 5:45 am

Hi,

I wanted to know that how should I start the web testing at work. Like there are so many versions of IE , should I test for all the versions in compatabillity testing. I am very confused, I have no experience and I got a job in web testing …Please help me.

Shamita

#67 mohammad on 02.14.08 at 8:02 am

Thanks for sending its help us

#68 Sachin on 02.20.08 at 6:23 pm

Good job done.

But the main thing is that when u would like to test all these?

Means which is your schedule, importance for doing all these test?

#69 DILeeP on 02.21.08 at 10:44 pm

This is really nice material I’ve seen so far.
Thats really great job done by softwaretestinghelp.
Really appretiable…n commendable…
Thanks a lot.

#70 Prasanna on 02.22.08 at 5:05 am

Hi, this is prasanna
All u r experiences talks on u r article.. easy to understand.. … every web testers should read this…..

#71 prasanna on 02.26.08 at 6:40 am

How to test that whether cookies are encrpted before writing to the user machine???? Please let me know the answer

#72 Sashi on 03.03.08 at 4:58 am

Your site rocks. It is by far the best site related to Software Testing. My sincere appreciations and good wishes for your entire team.

#73 selvam on 03.05.08 at 1:15 pm

I am going to start my carrier in testing and doing a course in chennai.
where can i get sample applications(projects) for practising manual testing.

Please can anyone send me info about it,i will be grateful……..

Thanks in advance

selvam.ba@rediffmail.com

#74 selvam on 03.05.08 at 1:17 pm

Sashi you have given the perfect opinion…

same

#75 Sridhar on 03.07.08 at 4:36 pm

Hey, I am doing my M.C.A final year and i have chosen webserver performance testing as my curriculum project, but i am unable to understand what to do and where to start from. PlZ help me by telling me what to do. Thank you. and also plz tell me the name of the sites that has uml diagrams for web server testing. Thank you once again

#76 sanjeev rai on 03.11.08 at 6:25 am

Iam 37,an under graduate, and want to become a software taster.What are my chances of getting a job in the Gulf countries or New Zealand as a software tester?

#77 sanjeev rai on 03.11.08 at 6:27 am

Waiting for a reply.Thank you.

#78 Sally4000 on 03.11.08 at 11:47 am

Hello ,
Thanks for the useful article.
I would like to ask you if you can help me with Automated testing of applications for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server2007.
I’m new to sharepoint and I don’t have any idea what I have to do!

If I can have your help for the strat?
Looking forward to receiving your email

Many Thanks

#79 raghavendra tc on 03.12.08 at 11:58 am

superb explonation on web testing., thank u very much..
and also i need to ask one more que–>

plz explain on unit & ,whitebox &,regression testing

currently am working on black box & UAT testing.,
and also explain me about QTP automation

plzzzzzzzzzzzzz

regards
raghu

#80 Tejas on 03.12.08 at 1:22 pm

What about concurrency testing how to write effective test cases for the same ?

#81 Amita on 03.20.08 at 6:59 am

A very nice ,informative and usefule website

#82 manjula on 03.24.08 at 11:50 am

Hi this is very much useful for web testing i have learnt so much from this article. please update if any things are there on web testing.

#83 manjula(manu) on 03.24.08 at 11:52 am

Please any one can tell me the difference between the difference between build and version?

#84 meenu on 03.24.08 at 9:17 pm

please give detail demo on tools.

good info

#85 nisha on 03.27.08 at 11:01 am

new and handy information provided…

#86 shaikh on 03.27.08 at 11:03 am

hey , u had done a great job..
its really helpful… thanks

#87 shaikh on 03.27.08 at 11:04 am

is thr any way to test performance manually..

#88 Hasini on 04.02.08 at 9:39 am

I am working as a tester in elearning division. i need to know about software testing , prepartion of test cases and test plan.

Please provide me all the relevant details about test case preparations.

#89 Navin Singh on 04.06.08 at 6:39 pm

Hi,
This is very usefull website for me. I learnt a lot of techniques. May be this is not much usefull site for some people but for me it’s very usefull and meanning full site. I’m very thankfull to owner of this site for providing me a really good learning platform.
Thanks for all

#90 Sashi Mohan on 04.08.08 at 12:05 pm

Hi,
good effort!
Please add cross site scripting, sql injection etc information. that will be more helpful for newbies.

#91 Sachin on 04.09.08 at 6:49 am

A wonderfull and very informative site for web testing.Thanks a lot

#92 Raghavendra NK on 04.11.08 at 9:23 am

Good information about web application testing.

We can always go the next level detail of how to perform different kinds of testing mentioned above…

But a good article to begin with…

#93 Bebs on 04.18.08 at 4:05 am

Essential online tips for website testers…. thank you for this useful information.

#94 chssekharrao on 04.19.08 at 1:44 pm

plz tell me web testing in qtp

#95 bhavya on 04.22.08 at 6:26 am

Hi
This site is really good.I didnt understand following description about security testing.Pls reply me

Web directories or files should not be accessible directly unless given download option.
Test the CAPTCHA for automates scripts logins.
Test if SSL is used for security measures. If used proper message should get displayed when user switch from non-secure http:// pages to secure https:// pages and vice versa.
All transactions, error messages, security breach attempts should get logged in log files somewhere on web server

#96 atiw on 04.24.08 at 8:41 pm

@ bhavya, i am not a tester yet but i would try to answer you. for example in a bank’s website, there should be a link to download a loan application pdf file and any user should not be able to access this or any other file by directly typing the address in the browser.
If it is accesible, it is non-secure and vulnerable.

CAPTCHA are challenging questions generated by machines to be responded by humans and not by machines, to make sure that the attempt to access is by a human and not by a bot. If CAPTCHA is enabled in a web login, it has to be tested.

SSL is a cryptographic protocol for securing HTTP communication over the internet. When user switches from HTTP to HTTPS or vice-versa, a message window is pops up to inform about this switching and do you want to continue.

Log files should be maintained to recording and future analysis of all web activities, so that corrective and preventive measures could be taken.

@ For Vijaya and all testers, please correct my knowledge, where wrong.

#97 atiw on 04.24.08 at 8:49 pm

@ manjula (manu), i am not a tester yet but i would try to answer you.

Builds are program codes which developers deliver from time to time to the testers, while version is the complete application delivered to the end users.

Adding to this, there are also multiple releases with slight improvements in a version.

@ For Vijaya and all testers, please correct my knowledge, where wrong.

#98 AJAY on 04.30.08 at 10:48 am

can any one tell me about database testing in a clear way.

#99 Vishal Chhaperia on 05.02.08 at 4:56 am

Hi All,

If any of u is working on Unit test then Pls help me out , act. i need to develop a test case on unit testing, I have the SRS as only thing with so Pls tell me how to procced.

Hopeing for early reply!

Thanks

Vishal
call: 09830704327
mail: bishalchaperia@gmail.com

#100 VIJAYD on 05.02.08 at 9:59 am

Hi All,

Hope this helps…

Q: What is the difference between client-server testing and web based testing and what are things that we need to test?

Ans: Projects are broadly divided into two types of:
2 tier applications
3 tier applications

CLIENT / SERVER TESTING
[a] This type of testing usually done for 2 tier applications (usually developed for LAN)
Here we will be having front-end and backend.

The application launched on front-end will be having forms and reports which will be monitoring and manipulating data

Eg : applications developed in VB, VC++, Core Java, C, C++, D2K, PowerBuilder etc.,
The backend for these applications would be MS Access, SQL Server, oracle, sybase, mysql, quadbase

The tests performed on these type of applications would be
– user interface testing
– manual support testing
– Functionality testing
– compatability testing & configuration testing
– intersystems testing

WEB TESTING
[b] This is done for 3 tier applications (developed for Internet / intranet / xtranet)

Here we will be having Browser, web server and DB server.

The applications accessible in browser would be developed in HTML, DHTML, XML, JavaScript etc.,
(we can monitor thru these applications)

Applications for the web server would be developed in Adv Java, ASP, JSP, VBScript, JavaScript, Perl, Cold Fusion, PHP etc.,
(all the manipulations are done on the web server with the help of these programs developed)

The DBserver would be having oracle, sql server, sybase, mysql etc.,
(all data is stored in the database available on the DB server)

The tests performed on these type of applications would be
– user interface testing
– Functionality testing
– security testing
– browser compatability testing
– load / stress testing
– interoperability testing/intersystems testing
– storage and data volume testing

A web-application is a three tier application.
This has a browser (monitors data) [monitoring is done using html, dhtml, xml, javascript]-> webserver (manipulates data) [ manipulations are done using programming languages or scripts like adv java, asp, jsp, vbscript, javascript, perl, coldfusion, php] -> database server (stores data) [data storage and retrieval is done using databases like oracle, sql server, sybase, mysql] .

The types of tests which can be applied on this type of applications are:
1. User interface testing for validation & user friendliness
2. Functionality testing to validate behaviors, i/p, error handling, o/p, manipulations, services levels, order of functionality, links, content of web page & backend coverage’s
3. Security testing
4. Browser compatability
5. Load / stress testing
6. Interoperability testing
7. Storage & data volume testing

a client-server application is a two tier application.
This has forms & reporting at front-end (monitoring & manipulations are done) [ using vb, vc++, core java, c, c++, d2k, power builder etc.,] -> database server at the backend [data storage & retrieval) [ using ms access, sql server, oracle, sybase, mysql, quadbase etc.,]

the tests performed on these applications would be
1. User interface testing
2. Manual support testing
3. Functionality testing
4. Compatability testing
5. Intersystems testing

Desktop:
01. Application runs in single memory (Front end and Back end in one place)
02. Single user only

Client/Server:
01. Application runs in two or more machines
02. Application is a menu-driven
03. Connected mode (connection exists always until logout)
04. Limited number of users
05. Less number of network issues when compared to web app.

Web:
01. Application runs in two or more machines
02. URL-driven
03. Disconnected mode (state less)
04. Unlimited number of users
05. Many issues like hardware compatibility, browser compatibility, version compatibility, security issues, performance issues, etc
see friend when we consider the security testing, both application should well secured to internal and external threat.

As per difference in both the applications come where, how to access the resources. In client server once connection is made it will be in state on connected, whereas in case of web testing http protocol is stateless, then there comes logic of cookies, which is not in client server.

More for client server users are well known, whereas for web any user can login and access the content, he/she will use it as per his intentions.

so, there are always issuses of security and compatibility for web application.

Regards,
Vijay

#101 Ranjith kumar on 05.08.08 at 11:15 am

This one very useful to me.it’s nice one

Thanks for details.

#102 nodeen on 05.28.08 at 9:03 am

how to do load testing manually? without any testing tools? is it possible?can anybody give sample of the testcases ?
thanks.

#103 nityasri on 06.12.08 at 3:19 pm

hi
thnks for providing useful info on web testing. its really nice.
can anybody explain web testing wit a simple example?

thx

#104 shainaz on 07.01.08 at 8:12 am

nice article i got lots of information from this article

#105 shainaz on 07.01.08 at 8:17 am

very nice article………….

#106 Raju on 07.04.08 at 9:24 am

thnks for providing useful info on web testing. its really nice.

#107 vivek on 07.04.08 at 10:16 am

I have recevied useful information about testing artical.

#108 Vinod on 07.09.08 at 9:55 am

Its give very useful information for fresher level. Can is it possible to expand information for Exp level?

#109 kaushal shah on 07.09.08 at 11:59 am

my name is kaushal shah and i have good manual testing knowledge and i am looking for good job in mumbai pune or banglore so can u please help me.. i also know the automation tool like winrunner ..so please help me to find out good jog with good scale….
please anybody can help me then do not hesitate to write me in mail…

#110 7 basic tips for testing multi-lingual web sites on 07.23.08 at 5:37 pm

[…] Testing web sites supporting multiple languages has its own fair share of challenges. In this article, I will share seven tips with you that will enable you to test the multi-lingual browser-based applications in a complete way: […]

#111 Preeti on 07.25.08 at 11:03 am

hi, excellent article, learnt a lot. I need to know security test cases where Credit Card or any type of Payment is there in e-commerce product. Waiting for ur ans

#112 magesh on 07.26.08 at 12:58 pm

Hi, Superb article i learned a more from this and also i need more information about cookies testing,How to test cookies testing,please advice us.

#113 s saritha on 07.29.08 at 7:11 am

very useful infomation..
Thanks a lot….
Pls tell me abt cookies testing..

#114 swarna on 07.29.08 at 8:30 am

I m new to webtesting

#115 sai krishna on 07.31.08 at 11:35 am

very useful information about web browser testing. really its very much clear. i need information about mobile browser testing. can anyone give me the information abt it?

#116 bright on 08.14.08 at 9:13 am

Hi!
How can I write test cases for fields in a web page that have the same inputs and outputs. The difference between them is the names. Do I have to write all testcases for each field or Can I group them. Thanks!

#117 swetha on 08.19.08 at 4:41 pm

Hi all,
I want to know what are the tools used to validate all the non standard objects in a website

#118 Vijay on 08.22.08 at 8:29 pm

Hi
I am new to web testing, how to develop test cases to cover all these.

thankx
vijay

#119 Lopa on 08.26.08 at 12:42 am

This is the best article i ever read on web testing.The whole website is filled with real time articles.
Thanks so much.

#120 rahul on 08.26.08 at 5:26 am

@swetha
Manully its quite complicated to identify non standard object in any web site..you need to use any automation tool..best to use QTP..
I hope u got wt u meant..for more info ping me back
rahulkumarbangalore@yahoo.co.in

#121 hitesh shah on 08.26.08 at 11:33 am

I want open source functional testing tool for web application . pl write me tool name which i can download.

#122 Meghmala on 08.26.08 at 12:19 pm

How I test performance of web application?
If company has single tester then how he/she will do whole testing? please help me.

#123 Bala on 08.26.08 at 3:29 pm

Hi ,
i am working as a tester in web application field.Manually testing websites and taking screenshot then put it an Excel sheet, it is taking too time to test the each and every function. So please help me is there any tool to test the websites in the quick time?

#124 jhenz on 08.29.08 at 6:05 am

Hello Vijay,

I was able to save the material and have checked the main points. It’s a bit disappointing though, because I wasn’t able to find certain “models” I’ve previously encountered, like for example the K-model, A-model, L-model… but am not sure if they’re really existing in the testing world or just a made-up. I happened to encounter these terms when I took online tests about testing. I really have no idea what these models are all about.

In fact, the one mentioned in the material are what I know about. Is there really such models as K, A and L (or others)?

What about terms like “invasion” or “non-invasion”, and not to mention “stub” and “smart monkey”? Are they really using these terms on daily basis? I mean, these terms are so alien to me. Hope you could enlighten me on this one.

Thank you and more power!

#125 Meghmala on 08.29.08 at 11:14 am

Hi all ,

Please tell me which tool is best for performance testing. Also that tool should support higher versions of IE. Also give me contact details.

#126 sangeetha on 09.02.08 at 6:22 am

I am new to qtp.Can anyone please let me know how to calculate the load time for the web page using qtp . I need to prepare the time statistics report of how much time it tooks to load when I click any link or button or icon in my webpage.

Thanks in advance..waiting for ur reply… my mail id sangeetha.cse@gmail.com

#127 mahalakshmi on 09.19.08 at 5:19 am

Best article i ever read on web testing. Its so simple and easy to understand. I would like to know which automated tool wil make our job easy to test web application.? Also i would like to know the future of Mobile testing ? is the experience of manual testing in Web application enough for performing Mobile testing ?

#128 sanjay on 09.22.08 at 5:37 pm

Hi,
Ur information is indeed very helpful.Can u please tell me ,hw can we perform cookie,html &css testing.

#129 SREE on 10.14.08 at 11:08 am

HI
VERY GOOD INFORMATION.THANKS 2 SHARE VTH US

#130 Srinivas on 10.16.08 at 9:09 am

Mr Vijay,

That Great Vijay, It is a very nice notes. You know this is a informtive for all freshers. and I cant explaing in words about this notes. It is simply very very very good.

Pls some post how to test a web application in QTP. For Example if want to test a naukri.com in QTP. How can I. Pls Tell. I’m waiting for u r valuable and precious notes.

#131 Narayan on 10.23.08 at 12:38 am

This is really good informative session.

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#133 Prem on 10.23.08 at 12:29 pm

This is a very useful articles…….

#134 vijay bhaskar on 11.05.08 at 7:12 am

hi,
its a usefull article.thanks a lot.now iam going to test the e-commerce application.Can u give the details how to test the creditcard and its related modules.

#135 Krish on 11.12.08 at 11:53 pm

Hi All…

User Acceptance Testing…is a testing by the cleint’s team at the end of testing before the code goes to production. The main AIM of this testing is Testing the Major functionality of the application is functioning as per User Acceptance Criteria (the functionality should be derived from the Requirements, based on the importance)…For UAT also testers can write the test cases (not exactly writing test cases..just picking up the major functionality test cases from the Test Cases you have prepared for execution, and giving them to the UAT team along with the screenshots for those test cases and proper data used)

#136 Krish on 11.13.08 at 12:04 am

Hi All,

Please correct me if i am wrong…

There is no difference between these two…Because in testing terminology Build is the term used for particular code for that particular release…Once build (or code)goes to production, then we call it as Version…

#137 Krish on 11.13.08 at 12:35 am

Hi All,

For performance testing, the best tool can be used is LOADRUNNER…

Web testing and mobile testing is totally different. Web testing experience may be helpful for testing web applications, but not for Mobile Testing…

Testing methodologies are same for all kinds of applications but the domain knowledge is different from each other…

Please find more details about mobile wireless testing from the below link:

http://research.nii.ac.jp/~ichiro/papers/satoh-pwc2003.pdf

#138 Krish on 11.13.08 at 12:51 am

Office SharePoint Server2007.

Its just a server where you can upload, download, create, delete uploaded files…like yahoo…

Please get the book from the below link and go through it..if it is not proper please reply back me…

http://rs243.rapidshare.com/files/141231223/SharePointDes1.rar

#139 Krish on 11.13.08 at 12:56 am

Testing Levels or positions involved in testing:

Junior Test Engineer-> Software Test Engineer->Senior Test Engineer (Test Analyst)->Test Team Lead-> Senior Test Lead->Associate Manager->Manager-> Senior Manager->Delivery Unit Lead…..

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#143 sathish on 12.10.08 at 5:16 am

our web application development started now prototype design is going on.so what are the steps to be taken now for testing

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#145 Edward Herrera on 12.15.08 at 3:08 pm

Hi,
Is a very useful information, and a very nice article. Could you post some references, as books or papers that you have read to get this knowledge?
Which book do you recommend for starting to learn more about web application testing. Thanks

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#149 Sonali on 01.13.09 at 7:38 am

Let me know the possible test cases for a web site having multiple logins at same time.

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Thanks again

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#156 venny on 03.17.09 at 12:50 pm

could you please tell me the test case format for website testing.Its a backend testing(admin part ,not database).

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please provide me the way to test the web application as i am a fresher one in testing field.

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#164 Rakesh on 04.28.09 at 11:39 am

This information is very helpfull for me…………..
Can u explain me abut the Interface Testing in details….

Thank you…

#165 jammy brignanza on 05.06.09 at 6:45 am

Can you please explain what is “Validate your HTML/CSS”.
i need to know more about the security testing like other than sql injections where the application is hacked and the datas are lost. this has happened with one of my websites although there were validations with sql injections.
do help me out ..awaiting for your positive reply.

#166 Ramesh on 05.08.09 at 5:52 am

Give brief explanation on manual testing

#167 Ramesh on 05.08.09 at 5:57 am

explain this statement pasting internal url directly into browser address bar without login.and give some examples

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#171 uday on 07.07.09 at 9:26 am

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#172 Veena on 07.15.09 at 1:12 pm

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#173 Suchismita on 07.24.09 at 6:06 pm

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#175 Suresh on 07.27.09 at 7:21 am

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#176 Jaya on 07.29.09 at 12:06 pm

Very good post, covers each and every point of website testing ,i.e. web application testing.

#177 John on 08.20.09 at 1:12 am

Hello Sir,
I have got recruited in a S/W company as a fresher and the domain they have allocated for me is TESTING.Since i don’t have any idea about Tools and all ,will it be easier to learn and work on it without going for any Courses.Please do reply me Sir.
Thank You .

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#179 Sofsparx on 08.22.09 at 10:09 am

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#180 stalin.k on 08.22.09 at 11:38 am

Kindly send how to test web based application in manual

#181 Hari on 09.21.09 at 7:23 pm

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#182 vivek on 09.29.09 at 7:33 am

This is really helpful tutorial…………Thanks a lot.

#183 Muhammad Zahangir Alam on 09.29.09 at 10:13 am

Thanks.
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It is really very helpful for new one in testing.

#184 Amit C on 09.30.09 at 4:14 pm

Nice Article

Thank you.

#185 Amit C on 09.30.09 at 4:15 pm

Nice Article on Web based testing..

Thanx.

#186 pooja bharathan on 10.08.09 at 11:06 am

very nice article for beginners in software testing….

#187 Abhijit on 10.09.09 at 6:13 am

Hi,

I think answer of 8 is incorrect. Correct answer is C. Exhausitive testing is not possible. Plz correct me if i am wrong.

8. Exhaustive Testing is

a) Is impractical but possible
b) Is practically possible
c) Is impractical and impossible
d) Is always possible

Ans C and not A

#188 Mehul Solanki on 10.13.09 at 1:01 pm

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#189 Leela on 10.19.09 at 4:39 pm

Very Informative and useful.Thank you.Expecting more articles from ur real time experiences

#190 sangram on 10.22.09 at 11:31 am

pls give more clear description on session check & cookies test.
this doc is very useful for tester………. thanks
Regards ——Sangram

#191 Rajendra Samal on 10.27.09 at 5:30 am

useful Information I can suggest u to go with this…

Thanks,
Rajendra Samal.

#192 Kiran on 11.19.09 at 6:46 am

Hi
your material is really informative. i would like to know more abt testing right from A to Z in testing can u refer some book or some site or some material. Thank You

#193 manivannan.p on 11.19.09 at 2:24 pm

good, needed crisp details given about web testing..
informative and good to understand..

#194 sriram on 11.24.09 at 8:15 am

Hi
I just wanted to know more about how to do Interface testing
Thanks a lot

#195 Deepa on 12.01.09 at 6:12 pm

I really like you article. It is very organized and very nicely explained. It doesn’t seem like u have only 2 yrs of web testing.

I would love to see more of ur article on testing various application.

#196 Kiran on 12.04.09 at 4:18 pm

Very useful for the guys like me

#197 Haneen on 12.06.09 at 9:37 am

very useful summary of Application testing,,
puts one in the right way…. THANK YOU

#198 Abhilash on 12.08.09 at 7:43 am

very useful for web testing………. thank you

#199 Krishna vintoh on 12.08.09 at 8:52 am

very useful tutorial………….

#200 vijayalakshmi on 12.21.09 at 4:03 am

Hi,

Does Istqb certification is considered in U.S.Do the companies look in to certification before giving the job.

Thanks,
Viji

#201 BrittanyM on 12.31.09 at 7:53 am

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#202 Eduardo Pelitti on 01.07.10 at 11:08 pm

Great info thanks! It’d be great to see some visual examples.

Has anyone published any books on the subject?

Regards,
Eduardo

#203 biplob dnath on 01.15.10 at 12:02 pm

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Plz reply urgent to my Mail -Id: biplob.nath@yahoo.co.in
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#204 PRAJAKTA on 01.15.10 at 3:09 pm

Very Useful Information … Thank you

#205 Sagar on 01.23.10 at 4:05 am

Hi, I am working as web test engineer. So my doubt is that is it a good career? Or should I search for new domain?

#206 zaib on 01.28.10 at 2:39 am

Hi, thanks for this useful imformation you provided.. my site is basically designed for shopping and have 100s of links of different brands to shop.. could you please tell me what would be the best tool for testing? and I need to check all the links which are more than 500 ..do i hav to check them manually by pasting it on URL link or any tool available there to check all the links by typing the main URL? wud appreciate your response

#207 Satya on 02.03.10 at 4:18 pm

Hi Vijay,

The article is very informative and easy to understand. Please keep up posting the related articles.

#208 srikanth rudrangi on 02.04.10 at 2:51 pm

Hi,

I am a Testengineer in a MNC company. Our team is planning to migrate one of the existing .NET application to sharepoint. can i have the checklist to test the sharepoint. where i can get detailed information on this. please help me its very important

#209 Rohit on 02.06.10 at 11:29 am

hi,

this article is very easy to understand and useful to every test engineers.

Thanks,
Rohit, QA engineer.

#210 GodwinQA on 02.09.10 at 11:34 am

Hello everyone!!!
Hope u all doin great… There is no doubt that is site was an awesome infomative one for all of us(QA).

Can anyone pls tel me the best certification that i can do in software testing?

Thanks & Regards,
Godwin

#211 Sabyatha on 02.13.10 at 11:30 pm

Thanks a ton…. That was a wonderful piece of info. It helped a lot.

#212 nishanth on 02.16.10 at 4:49 pm

Hey bro, thanks a lot for posting such a valuable resource.
Being a fresher i had no idea abt web testing, but it was your article on web testing that fetched me a job. U r the sole reason for my knowledge on W.T, keep up the good work bro,

regards
Nishanth

#213 Vikas Sharma on 02.17.10 at 6:48 am

awesome man!!

#214 Uma on 02.17.10 at 8:56 pm

Hi Vijay,

Thank you so much for the very detaied and easy to understand information.

#215 Arjun on 02.26.10 at 10:45 am

which tool should i use for wesites testing?…I have no idea about testing ….please tell me how to start testing profession.. Fresher

#216 vamsi on 03.02.10 at 3:28 pm

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by reading that v cn face interview.
now i cm to know the xact web testing
in security testing there r some test cases xlent
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#217 PRATIMA GUPTA on 03.03.10 at 7:40 am

Describe what and how you will test a web page that accepts user’s information :
(first name, last name, email address, password, phone number)
and creates a user account using the email address and the password.

plz reply the descriptioon asap….. thankyou….:)

#218 Niraj on 03.06.10 at 12:27 pm

thanks a lot it helped me.but i want to know regression testing aspects for web applications.

#219 Arun on 03.09.10 at 5:51 am

very useful information

#220 vikas on 03.13.10 at 6:32 am

very useful information thanks a lot when ever
this article is very easy to understand and useful to every test engineers.
vikas jain
udaipur

#221 Razia on 03.18.10 at 6:15 pm

Hi all I am new to this QA I am taking class now. My question to you how you will get a job with out any working experiences before.Please let me know

#222 Amrin on 03.19.10 at 9:00 am

Hello Viijay,

Thats an awesome article covering the entire basics on web testing. I’m really glad 2 have read your wonderful article and looking forward for more such articles.

#223 D Priya on 03.19.10 at 11:32 am

Hi Vijay,
Information u gave for Web Application Testing is very useful. 2 Tier & 3-tier architecture concept is helpful.

Can u tell me any freeware tools to automate test for a website developed in PHP. I do not have any information on selenium tool, could u please provide information on Selenium

Thanks

#224 murali on 03.21.10 at 7:17 am

hi
u hv done a very good job this information is useful for every test engineers keep going thank u

#225 Gangadhar Gouri on 03.24.10 at 3:33 am

In links section we should add – linked page that does not exist

#226 DEEPA SK on 03.24.10 at 8:05 am

Thanks for the information provided, really it is very usefull for me and helped a lot in getting the knowledge regarding web testing

#227 Saima on 04.05.10 at 6:14 pm

thanx for such compact & useful article….
plz explain the get and post methods in web based app

#228 Ambika on 04.09.10 at 11:02 am

Good Article..really helps :)

#229 Rajat on 04.19.10 at 6:44 am

This was very usefule information try to provide some automated tool also which is useful for web based technology.

#230 aidan on 04.27.10 at 9:03 pm

Thanks for a great post!!
You have just saved my bacon!! :P

#231 UshaMurali on 04.28.10 at 7:02 am

hi thanks for this website i got a great knowledge abt the web based application testing, and security testing of web based application.

#232 Arun on 04.29.10 at 12:17 pm

Thanks for explain web testing in simple and easy way understand.

#233 Snehasish on 04.29.10 at 1:02 pm

please tell me details about web testing……… and let me know the interview questions asked over web testing…….please help me

#234 Balaji on 05.05.10 at 4:25 pm

Really sweet and short.

Beginners can understand easily.

Need more about non functional testing in web application

#235 Mayasen on 05.06.10 at 1:30 pm

Very nice work man. Keep updating.

#236 Mayasen on 05.06.10 at 1:35 pm

In Security testing we can also check,

# By direct pasting the link

# Login as one user and paste the link of another user

# Logout the session, use browser BACK button and try the access

# On view source, it should not display the scripts. (only html code can allowed to display)

# Password field should not allow the user to copy or paste data

#237 Aleksey Nudelman on 05.08.10 at 5:32 pm

A web site load tester tool at http://csharpcomputing.com/LoadTester will calculate web site response time and throughput as a function of the number of simultaneous users. Chart the results displaying statistical errors

#238 s@i on 05.26.10 at 7:38 am

hi Mayasen,

It a very intersiting point what u have mentioned above,t very great

Hi i m wrk as tester now and i new to Web testing can you please provide me the details of the Web testing and in which secniaros we can find the bugs and is there any points like what you mave mentioned above points. Please give me information

Thanks,
sai.

#239 Balaji Galla on 05.26.10 at 3:04 pm

In web site testing,

1. Block the cookies in internet options, many websites doesn’t work
2. Check for error console and java script console. Many website (Popular websites) report error objects…

#240 jackie on 05.26.10 at 9:03 pm

really nice. thanks a lot!

#241 Mayasen on 05.27.10 at 10:19 am

Hi sai,
Thanks for you interest.

Addnl things wat i want to share:

# There is no generic way in testing a web application. It may differs from one application to another.

Eg:

If you are going to test a simple web page with some basic applications like blog, forum, etc. There won’t be much typical functionality, so just check basic functionalities, usability and compatibility.

If you are checking some social networking application, you must perform compatibility test. Because now a days lot of toolbars are available on site based (orkut/fb…). If the end user is passionate about the site, surely he/she will search for best toolbar for that site (regardless of browser). On such case we cant judge the user’s browser.

# On usability, your system should be friendly for both mouse and keyboard. Coz based on the people’s profession and practice they are majorly addict with specific input device.

Eg: Designers will majorly use the mouse, hardware based peoples majorly play with Keyboards, beginners or Non-IT people will use both.

#242 Mayasen on 05.27.10 at 10:31 am

Maintaining consistency among the site is more important. This only please the user to stay in your site for longtime and to suggest others.

Consistency:

General:
# Title font: Style- Size – Color – Location – Alignment
# Text font: Style- Size – Color – Location – Alignment
# Images: Border – Size – Position – Resolution

For tables:
# Pagination: Number of items per page – Pagination style – Alignment – Color – Font(text/image)

Links:
# Link color: Before and after click
# Link opening style: In same window/new window/new resized window

Cursor:
# Cursor style for links
# Cursor style for pop-up image/links
# Cursor style on text and other elements

#243 Mayasen on 05.28.10 at 3:41 am

For typical e-com site:

# Check the display options (images-contents-price-etc.)

# Zone based Pricing (Eg: some product should display for US, some are only for south Asia)

# Encryption of link and date while sending them to payment gateway (third party)

# In URL, expect main page’s names all other items should be encrypted

# Handling of sending/receiving data to/from third party page (Eg: Payment gateway)

# No cookies should save the sensitive records

# All cookies must be encrypted

# Privileges of registered (login) user and unregistered (guest) users must be handled properly

#244 Mayasen on 05.28.10 at 3:55 am

Suggestions about User Messages in web application:

# All success messages should be displayed with Green color – Bold face (Don’t use all caps/Italics/underline)

# All failure messages should be displayed with Red color – Bold face (Don’t use all caps/Italics/underline)

# All alert message should be thrown in a pop-up window with “OK” button. (Which is the best way to alert the user attentively)

# Error / Confirmation message should be displayed in the respective page only. Confirmation or error message in pop-up is not advisable.

# Maintain consistency in the message displaying area.

Eg: If you are showing the error/confirm message at the top of the page, then maintain the same all over the system.

# Message focus should be maintained consistently.
Eg:
At the bottom of the page you are clicking the “Submit” button for a form and confirmation/error message is displaying at the top of the form. Then move the page focus to top of the page to show the confirmation/error message to the user.

#245 kanwaldeep on 05.29.10 at 7:25 am

Hi!

I am new to this site. And I am really very impressed with above article. This is very useful to me, as I am a web-application tester.

thanks
kanwaldeep

#246 chetan on 06.07.10 at 7:05 am

can u tell me the steps how to follow in web testing by giving one example (possible if screen shots)

#247 Mayasen on 06.07.10 at 8:25 am

Hi Chetan, #248

Already such tips and methods are explained in comment numbers 239,243,244,245 and 246. I am sorry to say, here there is no option to upload file, so we can’t share screen-grabs.

If you’ve any specific requirement, feel free to query. Surely we’ll discuss. Because lot of knowledgeable people are there in this forum, so i hope that we can get good and best suggestions.

#248 Kanwaldeep on 06.07.10 at 11:25 am

Hi

Could anybody tell me how much SQL commands knowledge is important for website testing and where we can use them while testing a web based application?

#249 celine on 06.08.10 at 5:20 am

hai very useful site, thanks a lot

#250 Girish on 06.09.10 at 4:41 am

Hi,
Thanks for a great tutorial.

#251 celine on 06.09.10 at 6:41 am

can any one tell the practical guidence for web based testing

#252 Madhuri on 06.18.10 at 8:09 am

Hi,
Thanks for a great tutorial.

#253 venkatareddy on 06.23.10 at 5:25 am

Hai,

I am very happy ,thanks a lot,
it is very useful for all SOFTWARE ENGINEERS……..

SEEE……UUUUUUU

#254 Jathin Mallya on 06.23.10 at 10:38 am

Please can one tell me more on Checklists????
What actually are those??

Is it it that we mark (Make a note of that these are the testings we do on the S/w or Apllication)
PLease suggest, and this doc from Vijay is helpful a Lot :-)

#255 Abhinay m sangli on 07.05.10 at 9:51 am

hi, this is abhinay here i completed my BE in ISE 2009 pass out and am persuing software testing course this website really helpful i got so mani new things from this website thank u so much….

#256 ramu on 07.07.10 at 3:32 am

Hi this is good application guide for web based application, I would like to know what types of testing done for web based what and all not done for client_server based applications. Suggest me which sites are good for telecom domain, My company got few projects on telecom domain and moreover we are not familiar with telecom domain. I will let you now the difference the way the web based will test and client-server based test.

bye……………………. Have a nice day

#257 ABHINAV on 07.12.10 at 11:28 am

amaziing stuff
awesome
outsanding
mind blowing
thums up

#258 Amit Dhar on 07.13.10 at 8:15 pm

Perfect information i was looking for. Excellent work.

#259 Tanu on 07.15.10 at 1:47 am

This is really a nice forum and excellent information in web testing.
Special thanks to Vijay , Mayasen and others.
If any one can provide the steps/check list for Security and URL test in web application.
I have one more query; what are the checking you perform in web server and DB server. (as my understanding is the above checklists are mostly performed in client system).
Appreciate your help.

#260 Mayasen on 07.15.10 at 4:37 am

Welcome Tanu.

Few more tips:
—————

# Check the URL’s encryption. Except main page all other branches and sensitive pages should be encrypted in URL

# Check the Cookies, all sensitive cookies should be removed automatically when the application get closed

# Sensitive information stored in the cookies must be encrypted

# For authentication kind of site, the cache must be cleared on exit

# If we edit the cookies while the application is on run, then it should not affect the system; instead it should restore its original (proper) state when the next action happens in the application

# All password and user’s sensitive information transaction should be encrypted

# Encryption should be in the simple way to identify. Typically it should be the mix of special characters, numerals and alphabets(both cases A/a)

# Folder level access should not be allowed. Eg: if the url opens a page inside a specific folder, then if any one deleted the file name and tried with that folder name should not be able to open that folder

# Internal and external IP address mapped with the URL should be secured.

#261 Tanu on 07.19.10 at 2:26 pm

Thanks Mayasen,

The above steps really cleared my doubt. It would be great if you provide me a real time example and how you practically perform those steps.

Regards,
Tanu

#262 Tanu on 07.19.10 at 11:50 pm

Please ignore my above questions. As other links in this site explains every thing in detail.
This is an excilent site…. I Love it.

#263 hari k on 07.20.10 at 5:06 am

hi tanu This is an excilent site…. I Love it.

#264 Madhavi on 07.20.10 at 6:05 pm

Hi all,
This web site is very helpful. I need to know what are the problems the testers faced during cross browser testing? Are they going to test the application with different versions of same browser and different browsers on the same box? Please let me know..Thanks in advance.

#265 akila on 07.30.10 at 12:14 pm

It is very userful.. i need tool for web test

#266 Kishore on 08.05.10 at 7:10 am

Really nice. very useful..Thx a lot ^_^

#267 shravan on 08.05.10 at 8:58 am

hi i liked this site.. it has excellent information that useful for all testers…

#268 venkata priyanka on 08.05.10 at 9:52 am

hi
This site is very helpful for freshers.It is very understandable to everyone.

#269 sunitha on 08.12.10 at 8:28 am

Really it is good… we will get many Theoritical information in many places but sharing practical experience lik this is really helpfull…..

Thanks:)

#270 Mayasen on 08.12.10 at 8:55 am

Recently we faced one new kind of issue in cookies testing. During the time of testing an application (ASP.NET/IIS 7/MS-SQL 2008/XP-SP2) i found a expiry time of cookie (authentication cookie) get varied from browser to browser.

In Firefox it shows 3hrs; for the same time period in IE (6.0/7.0/8.0), Opera 10.6, Chrome 5.0, Safari – it shows 1 hr time period.

#271 sunitha on 08.12.10 at 9:10 am

How we can find cookie expiry time…
Actually i am writing my first test plan for website testing may be your answer will mean a lot for me Mayasen……

#272 Ranjith on 08.12.10 at 1:55 pm

Hi frds……….
Let me introduce my self , I am ranjith working as a Test engineer since 2007, I am completely in to IVR(Interactive Voice response) Applications here we test application using sip voip phones it is completely in to VUI(voice user interface)… Now I what to work on GUI application (either Web, Windows)…Please helpme any one, where do i start testing for web applications..
I have lot of doubts..like
1)fist will we test GUI or Functionality..
and I read the above article it is too good,
2) How do we test spellings and sentence formations in pages.
3) How do we test Each page will they give any snap short for that page as per we do our testing or any other approaches…
Please help ASAP thanks in advance

#273 Mayasen on 08.13.10 at 4:21 am

Hi Sunitha (#274)

For IE 8, Press F12 -> Cache -> View Cookie information (Information will get opened in IE Browser)

For IE 6, Tools -> Internet options -> Browsing History settings -> View files -> (Temp internet files) there you can find that cookie file

For Firefox, Tools -> Page info -> Security -> View Cookies (By selecting the appropriate cookie file name, you can find the expiry time)

#274 Sunitha on 08.13.10 at 8:01 am

Thanks Mayasen…. actually 1st time am trying this testing on my own… lets me understand this little more later if i get doubt which then i vl come back to you thanks for ur basic info:)

Hi Ranjith,
As i have already told i am planning for website testing first time and collecting all the info, whatever info i get , if i feel that helps you, i vl share with you , give me some time:)

#275 Mayasen on 08.13.10 at 8:42 am

Welcome sunitha. Surely will help you.

#276 Mayasen on 08.13.10 at 8:50 am

Hi Ranjith (#275)

# 1. Functionality testing will be the first level

# 2. Basically we people are using some readers for spell and grammar check. Typically user only provide all the textual information, developer won’t change them. They simply copy-paste the item. Possibly the typo error will come only on the messages, button, page titles, etc.

# 3. Based on SRS (Software Requirement Spec) our business people will prepare the BRS. On that time the project’s functional spec get designed by the managers. That doc will help you to test the each and every page and its functionality.

#277 Ranjith on 08.13.10 at 11:13 am

Thank you very much both of u Sunitha and Mayasen…

I am looking for u r further help…..

#278 Mayasen on 08.13.10 at 11:19 am

Sure ranjith. You are welcome.

#279 Ranjith on 08.16.10 at 10:02 am

hi sunitha, when u r going to start web testing plz let me know……..if u don’t mind at this mean time what ever u have collected the info for the project, if could u share with me that will be very help full to me. this is my mail id ranjithks@assyst-international.com, ranjithkumar_s@yahoo.co.in., Once u send that doc’s i will go through that and will give inputs any uncleared requirements and different thoughts to u…
Hi Mayasen, If u don’t mind if u have any small web app testing projects plz share with me..it will be more and more help full to me… now i am on bench until we get new project i want use this time very effectively…
thanks in advance… both of u

#280 sheikh sohag hossian on 08.20.10 at 4:48 pm

Relay vary good information for us who to be website tester.

#281 shubhangi on 08.20.10 at 6:47 pm

please give guideline to test website

#282 shubhangi on 08.20.10 at 6:49 pm

Please guidene me how to test website

#283 vish on 08.23.10 at 5:35 am

@shubhangi: Pls let me what type of web application or website you are going to test, also what sort of testing you need to perform. Mail me all your queries: bishalchaperia@gmail.com

Many Thanks
Vish

#284 Sunitha on 08.23.10 at 5:56 am

Hi Ranjith,

rite now i have prepared one checklist which covers almost all types of basic testing….that i can share with u.
you are telling now u have bit free time so try to find out some tools which vl be helpfull for website testing (like spelling check, broken link etc….) and share with me :-)
Mayasen,
1.i have to test dynamic data in my website , for dynamic data we are using WCM tool… if u have any idea of how dynamic data can be tested with 3rd paty website(webservise testing)..what if , while testing 3rd party websiteis not available?
2. Now i am planning to starting testing by page wise(i.e in each page that cheklist needs to be executed ) , but we have requirement doc also, so plz tell me from ur exp which approch is good executing chk list or writting scenarios from req doc??

#285 Mayasen on 08.23.10 at 6:51 am

Hi Suni, (#286)

For first run go ahead with the requirement spec. and then with your checklist.

Reg dynamic data you can use either web service or can handled by the code itself. It depends on your proj requirements.

#286 sunitha on 08.23.10 at 7:20 am

Mayesen,
am not clear….:( k let me try…
u do one thing insted of answering my quest …
u only tel me what u have done in website testing, which might help me:) …
Not urgent , reply when u r free…..

#287 rajesh on 08.26.10 at 2:21 pm

Hi all,

Would you please let me know… is there any open source tools for D2K from supports application -Client server and Web application…

Thank’s & Regards,

Rajesh

#288 rajesh on 08.26.10 at 2:22 pm

Hi all,

i Would like to know and kindly let me know… is there any open source tools for D2K from supports application -Client server and Web application…

Thank’s & Regards,

Rajesh

#289 ivreddy on 09.01.10 at 6:32 am

Very Good information. Easily understandable.

#290 Aravind on 09.06.10 at 5:46 pm

Thanks a million for sharing your experience.

Regards,

Aravind.
Glasgow

#291 Rishi keshavan on 09.22.10 at 4:21 am

Please guidene me how to test website

#292 @shashank on 09.23.10 at 12:53 pm

I am new to this site. And I am really very impressed with above article. This is very useful to me, as I am new to web-application testing. so,plz if any body can guide me on web portals testing and if possible some test cases related to it, i’ll be very thankful to those who could help me asap..if possible send it to(shashank.raju076@gmail.com)

#293 @shashank on 09.23.10 at 12:56 pm

I am new to this site. And I am really very impressed with above article. This is very useful to me, as I am new to web-application testing. so,plz if any body can guide me on web portals(dummy) testing and if possible some test cases related to it, i’ll be very thankful to those who could help me asap..if possible send it to(shashank.raju076@gmail.com)

#294 Mayasen on 09.23.10 at 1:06 pm

Hi people,

Please visit to our forum @ http://forum.softwaretestinghelp.com/index.php. So that you can get more exposure.

Wishes…

#295 Snehasish on 09.23.10 at 2:21 pm

Mayasen Please let me know what type or sorts of tests we have to do in web testing. Actually i have joined a web developing company. So i am get confused what i have to do. Please send me test case along with website if possible at :- snehasish.career@gmail.com .Please its urgent.

Thanks

#296 Mayasen on 09.24.10 at 3:22 am

Sure. Will try to send soon. Same time check all the comments in this page, so that you can get some additional info.

#297 saravanan on 09.24.10 at 5:47 am

its very..very good

#298 Hema on 09.25.10 at 7:13 am

Hi I am new to this website. The information on this website is really helpful.

#299 mak on 09.29.10 at 4:37 pm

Snehasish exactly i have same situation which u have. if u get the same,kindly mail to me at this address:
mohsinkhan4me@gmail.com
thank you in advanced!!

#300 Sonia Val on 09.29.10 at 5:46 pm

excellent post thanks

#301 Snehasish on 09.30.10 at 10:06 am

Ya sure #303mak i will send you.

#302 Gauri on 10.06.10 at 12:11 pm

This artical of webapplication testing is realy gng to be usefull for me to continue my carrier in this field. Requet you to plz update the new ways n details of web application testing manually. I would like to ask you a question that – in small companies where we have to decide up till what level the website should get tested, so how deep it is neccessary to test the web application? What all must get covered? Waiting for your reply. It would be good if I get the reply on my mail Id.

#303 jeeva on 10.26.10 at 6:21 am

hai…
I am new one to this site….. I would like to ask which is the best testing domain to choose…I am waiting for your reply… plz reply on my mail id..

#304 Nagarajan on 11.02.10 at 10:24 am

Hi,

This is very useful information for tester who do web testing. Good post.

#305 Valeria on 11.06.10 at 9:42 pm

Thank you so much.
Very helpfull and easy to understand article.

#306 sri hari on 11.10.10 at 7:24 am

i dont know the web testing plz send me the full length of web testing metirial

#307 sunita on 11.16.10 at 9:28 am

This article is really helpful…its so nicely explained..

#308 Manivannan on 11.19.10 at 6:01 am

really helpful

#309 Nilesh Navadiya on 11.29.10 at 8:39 am

Thanks …for keep this usefull information on the site..

#310 nandini on 11.29.10 at 12:27 pm

hiii i am nandini.. i have not learned testing but worked as a manual game tester.. bt i want to learn testing.. so can anyone suggest me that which is the best tool to learn and which type of testing is better to find a job soon.

thanks in advance…

#311 Rahul Honakande on 12.06.10 at 5:46 am

Very useful information on web testing….

Thank You….

#312 Sha07geek on 12.10.10 at 12:21 pm

Hi ppl! very glad to see this site.. vry informative & useful, i’m new to testing, dont knw evn a bit of it. lemme knw ne ebookz or matrls 2 lrn mch & qck

#313 Vishwakumar on 12.13.10 at 5:44 am

Really nice post.
To the point and also covered all the points.
Thanks.

#314 Savitha on 12.14.10 at 1:56 am

Very useful info.
Could you please help me answering the below questions for UI/GUI Website testing manually

1. What are the chanllenges in testing GUI application manually

2. How do you test manually
a) Links
b) Images
c) Banners
d) Flash
e) Javascript and plugin

3. Popular Interview questions for GUI Website testing & Blackbox manual testing

4. How do you test the web pages or UI/GUI Website testing
Thanks.

#315 sandip supekar on 12.15.10 at 8:14 am

good sir

#316 sandip supekar on 12.15.10 at 8:16 am

tell me the easy way to learn automation tools

#317 Raj on 12.17.10 at 11:41 am

its a good one i am really enjoyable……..

#318 Roshna on 12.20.10 at 12:24 pm

The information is very useful….
Thx to all those who hv provided the great information

#319 ABDUL on 12.27.10 at 5:55 am

nice… its very good for new TESTRs
Thanks a lot….

#320 B@l@ on 12.30.10 at 6:02 am

Hi….its a superb information to upgrade beginners like me…

#321 shivshankar on 12.31.10 at 8:01 pm

Thank u very much for the optimum information which cleared the whole web application testing concept.

#322 Thank you very much guys on 01.06.11 at 2:46 am

Thanks

#323 nidhi on 01.07.11 at 3:49 pm

i am 39 years old MCA having 3 years exp in manual testing right now having a gap of 1 years ….what are my chance to getting of job in testing.

#324 madu on 01.18.11 at 11:18 am

thanks for great article,currently iam in open source web based project, can i apply the same things?, or additional things i need to apply? please let me know.

#325 surendiran on 01.23.11 at 8:25 am

ple send me the software tool to test the web application

#326 Manav on 01.23.11 at 11:31 am

Superb forum..thanks a lot for sharing huge knowledge in this field !

#327 Mamatha on 01.24.11 at 12:16 pm

Nice Article…and very useful…Thank You So Much…

#328 Adhil on 01.25.11 at 9:06 am

Hi i am new to this website i have few doubts.. the fifth phase come the performance testing in web testing so will that be done using automation tools or manualy cos some says performance testing cant be done manually..pls clear this doubt for me

#329 Vishwanath on 01.28.11 at 11:00 am

Thanks .

I am fresher in testing domain . In my comany not provided any requirements so how can i test the web application . How can i ensure myself that i am tested product completely without leaving any Bugs in application .

#330 vishal on 01.31.11 at 12:34 pm

Hi Vijay,
I am working on website automation testing project using QTP but facing one problem.
Website is simple Content Management System (i.e CMS). My query is as bellow.
Currently I am able to add any record from admin side but then How to check integration of that record in frontend?
For more clear idea, I am giving you an example.
From admin area, I am adding one new record in product section. after added product, that record should be display in frontend in to listing and then while click on that record name it should redirected to product details page.
Now, my query is What should I do to check that title is displaying in listing in frontend or not?
Please note that, I am using data driven also to add record with different different data in page title in admin.

Looking forward for your positive reply.

Thanks,
Vishal

#331 lord on 02.01.11 at 12:13 am

Thank you am impressed

#332 Priya on 02.01.11 at 6:42 am

Hi,
Thanks for such a great information…I have 1 question…take for example rediffmail.com we are testing then where all the data is stored(Server that i know)but as such a large data what these kind of site use to store data (SQL or access)

#333 Kalpana on 02.08.11 at 1:11 pm

Thank u sooooooooo much for this tutorial.

#334 Aparna on 02.16.11 at 5:10 pm

Hi,

Thanks for the information. When we want to perform compatibility testing ie., browser compatibility and OS compatibility … do we need to have separate set of test cases for each browser testing?

And for OS compatibility, do we need to test the same set of test cases on different systems having different Operating systems?

Thanks
Aparna

#335 parag on 02.17.11 at 5:45 pm

Hey Vijay,

Ur information are really very usefull to me..well my request to you is can you plz tell me how to do “Integration Testing”. With the help of some example..

Plz Kindly revert me back as soon as possible.

Regards
Parag

#336 Aman on 02.21.11 at 6:32 am

Nice Article

#337 iqbal on 02.22.11 at 2:24 am

thank you for this informations. I have got to know know many things. Actually I will start my Masters thesis from next semester. I want to work with testing web-based system.i,e: any web based software, online shoping, e-commerce based system, banking system etc. but i have no idea how to do it. I mean how i start. can anyone one help me out that what should i do for it?
thank you

#338 Dias on 02.22.11 at 6:23 am

Hi,
The post was really helpful.

Thanks.

#339 vivek bhatnagar on 02.23.11 at 10:41 am

awesum article ,thanxs..

#340 Tanuja on 02.24.11 at 5:57 am

Thanks a Lot!! Very Good Article with lots of valuable info…..its really Usefull Thanks a lot!!

#341 arukala venkataramana on 03.11.11 at 6:07 am

Respected sir,
I am pursuing mca final year.I am doing my project title is”finding bugs in dynamic web Applications using combined concrete and symbolic execution with explicit model checking”.
I am requesting u explian me on this topic.

#342 sowjanya on 03.27.11 at 12:16 am

Hi

I find this article and also the discussion is very helpful for a person planning career in testing…..
Thanks for such a nice article and my humble request is please continue the good work……it would help a lot of people like me…:)

Sowjanya

#343 jaya on 03.31.11 at 3:58 am

Hi this article is really awesome and helpful for each and every testing beginners. we r really thankful to vijay for giving such a nice article.thanks a million vijay :)

#344 jaya on 03.31.11 at 4:35 am

hi,
can anyone send me how to write testcases for OS compatibility testing with examples to my mailid jayabharathi31@yahoo.com

thanks a lot

#345 Rajesh on 04.01.11 at 6:27 am

Hi,

This article defentitely very helpful who are working on web kind of applications,

I don’t know, i feel that in security testing , It would be nice if you give some more information reg. where data should be encrypted and stored in which logs in web applications.

Thanks very much Vijay

#346 lerka on 04.04.11 at 6:55 pm

I mean how i start.

#347 Rohit on 04.07.11 at 7:03 am

plz tel me what is process of testing Web application..

#348 chetan on 04.08.11 at 5:25 am

Hi i want to know about how and what company looks for 2 year experienced tester
in the field of
1>automation testing (qtp)
2> web application testing

#349 Krishna Mohan Rao.V on 04.11.11 at 6:40 am

Thank you very much and it is very very useful artical

#350 xyz on 04.12.11 at 8:38 am

Ye sub jut hai

#351 Kiran Shinde on 04.21.11 at 12:51 pm

Lovely article . It’s sweet & simple. I have downloaded it . If such simple articles are published then everyone woulld like it.

#352 ravi on 04.28.11 at 9:49 am

Very useful guide on web application testing….
Thank u sooo much

#353 Atulya Krishna on 04.29.11 at 7:27 am

hiii..
its a nice effort but will be more useful if some guys provide a whole scenario along with the test cases..

#354 s kumar on 04.30.11 at 1:21 am

Very useful guide on web testing…. pls send the details
kumarid80@rediffmail.com

#355 s kumar on 04.30.11 at 1:23 am

Very useful guide on web testing…. pls send the details
sureshid80@rediffmail.com

#356 Sainath J on 05.09.11 at 7:30 am

Nice and Very useful guide for web testing
thank you……

#357 Surya on 05.10.11 at 7:27 am

Hi all,
The web testing guide is really excellent and it is helping me out in my work. I am currently working as a tester in a company which is developing websites .
I would like to know if web testing as a career have a growth in my future ? How?

#358 devender on 05.17.11 at 6:13 am

hi ..friends the information you have shared is excellent thank u so much really it helps me a lot

#359 devender on 05.17.11 at 6:18 am

please let me know the test conditions for web based architecture for non functional like sessions r working properly & cookies ,browser …..ets, please give me the response.

#360 sakshi on 05.18.11 at 6:43 am

HOW TO DECREASE NO. OF TEST CASES.

#361 Lino on 05.18.11 at 2:20 pm

Awesome work by u and ur team… Hats off 2 u…

If possible, please share what all questions are mostly asked in an interview.

Thanks,
Lino

#362 Sandeep Undare on 05.26.11 at 7:49 am

hi,
very usefull information for web testing in my last company same problames cames in web testing…..

so this notes is very usefull…….

I WANT TO DATABASE RELATED TESTING NOTES & DATA BASE TESTING NOTES !!!!!

ANY ONE DON DATA BASE TESTING SO PLZ SEND ME DETAILS ON MY MAIL ID: sandeepundare@gmail.com

Thanks

#363 shyam on 05.28.11 at 8:20 am

Very useful guide. Thank u for good info

#364 Vinay on 05.31.11 at 3:22 pm

Was very useful for me as I just started my testing career….Thank you Vijay

#365 Nilesh on 06.06.11 at 6:33 pm

This is a great article. Thank you very much though I was aware of this information in bits and pieces. But, this is the place where its collated well nicely put under one title.

#366 David on 06.08.11 at 7:04 am

This is a very useful and clear article. Thanks a lot. =)

#367 chandra madhab on 06.09.11 at 3:33 pm

what is web testing

#368 Sivasubramanian on 06.10.11 at 12:33 pm

Thank you so much for this useful article.

#369 Dhruvi Sharma on 06.13.11 at 6:19 pm

it is really very helpful guide

#370 Klod on 06.13.11 at 9:31 pm

Thanks a lot.

#371 suchitra on 06.14.11 at 12:04 pm

what is the best Load Test tool for web application.how to choose

#372 Alex on 06.16.11 at 9:29 am

I have one question. I am…?

#373 Alex on 06.16.11 at 9:38 am

This is a great articel. It is the best way to learn, how to test web application.

Very good Job

#374 ajay kumar on 06.21.11 at 6:18 am

Hi,
Awsm article Dear
Best Way To Learn Web Testing.
Thanks

#375 abdul rehman on 06.21.11 at 8:50 am

Realy very good points explained…

#376 Himanshu on 06.22.11 at 6:44 am

hey hi,
very useful information.But want more information abt web testing please provide it…
Thnaks..

#377 Anvesh Reddy on 06.22.11 at 6:49 am

Hi Vijay..

Very Nice Article…
Best Way To Learn Web Testing.

Thank You so much for posting…

#378 Ankit Ajmera on 06.27.11 at 11:50 am

Hi,
This is very useful guide to understand web testing.
one more thing want to know:-how u can compare system browser with mobile browser.

#379 kavi on 06.28.11 at 9:10 am

it is very useful for IT student.

#380 gal on 07.02.11 at 4:36 pm

Thank’s Very useful and helpful article!

#381 sneha on 07.08.11 at 2:21 pm

Please write about cookies testing

#382 Jitendra Bhande on 07.22.11 at 5:22 am

I tried it while Testing a Web site in my office,hope it will help :
Tests for a web site (Generic tests/check list)
Manual Testing coverage
*color combinations used for page body,logos,arrows,menus etc.
*thoroughly check all the Spellings used on page
*check for any gramatical mistake as such
*page title must match the information given on page
*the page URL must be proper (avoid abbreviations if any on url)
*check the web site behaviours against varying window sizes (size in pixels)
*Text sizes & fonts must match with specifications/or must be proper(suitable)
*the text box,dropdown lists,radio buttons,buttons etc. must be properly Alligned,
*the text box,dropdown lists,radio buttons,buttons etc. must be properly Sized,
*navigation between menus,pages must be provided properly
*”alt” text must be used for graphical images where ever needed
*there should not be any “Orphan Page ” as such
*check web Sites behaviours against various types of Browser Software(s) & their versions(IE,Mozila,Opera etc.)
*check the web site with disabled ” Plug ins ” (Flash /Java) required navigations and text must work here
*check whether any avoidable scroll bars on web site pages
*Height and width attributes of the web page contents must match Specifications/be Appropriate
*check Print outs of page (use of CSS features such as “@media print” or “@import print” )
* Help menu must be there to guide any new user of web site
* check for the presence of any broken link(s) ie.link is there but either it’s unused or pointed wrongly.(on _click it leads us to page not found)
*

#383 SEEMA on 07.22.11 at 6:17 am

hi
thanks for sharing details
It is really helpful for me as i m fresher and working on web testing

#384 pradeep kumar on 07.22.11 at 7:42 am

so, good description ,thanks.

#385 rakesh kumar on 07.22.11 at 7:48 am

thanks.

#386 Amila on 07.24.11 at 7:12 pm

very useful, thanks

#387 Jay on 07.26.11 at 7:00 am

Could you please explain in detailweb application penetration testing test cases

#388 Jay on 07.26.11 at 7:02 am

For this perticular scenario like a web application is given and we need perform penetration testing on it and one week time is given for it.

What could be the possible test cases scnarios to find out vulnerabilities. The complete lify cycle. This would really help us.

Thanks in advance.
Jay

#389 Mohit Kumar on 07.29.11 at 3:00 am

really very helpful to me

#390 Aarthi on 08.02.11 at 10:13 am

hi,

i am a fresher working in a web application can any one send testing materials to corresponding mail id..jkaarthi@gmail.com.

#391 anil yadav on 08.06.11 at 6:46 am

Really nice one……….

#392 anil yadav on 08.06.11 at 6:49 am

what is Orphan Page tell me any………..plz

#393 Michael I. on 08.09.11 at 12:10 pm

Hi Folks,

This is the simplest yet very informative way of explaining this article. Explained for beginners yet contents were for professional… Nicely done.

#394 nitin paighowal on 08.15.11 at 3:38 pm

hey we are the last year students of computer engineering branch…we r doing project on -“improving testing techniques and reliability for web based applications “…do let us know how to work on it..and where to start…..pls help

#395 Application Testing – Into the Basics of Software Testing! — Software Testing Help on 08.15.11 at 8:05 pm

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#396 from.sekhar on 08.19.11 at 10:44 am

wonderful article ..
Thanks alot..

#397 Soumya on 08.26.11 at 6:23 am

Can somebody plz provide me a tutorial or a study material by which i can have thorough knowledge of web based testing along with the terminologies used and also the scenarios based questions and other interview questions asked for web based testing.
Thanks in advance!

#398 Manu on 09.02.11 at 6:56 am

very nice….tutorial.thnq

#399 SANDEEP on 09.02.11 at 10:30 am

HAI ,VERY GOOD MEHOD OF TESTING LIFE CYCLE FOR WEB PAGE APPLICATION..

#400 Rohit on 09.20.11 at 3:36 am

nice 1…!!!

#401 fdsssssssssss on 09.21.11 at 5:46 am

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#402 Anis Halder on 09.24.11 at 5:29 am

Dear Sir,

Please send me some test case on web security testing.

Thanks & Regards,
Anis Halder.

#403 Rajshekhar on 09.30.11 at 9:21 am

Hi
can anyone send me the test case samples pls ..

#404 suresh on 10.07.11 at 10:58 am

Hi All,
I’m new for Testing Family and really got full knowledge in Testing by reading this article…Its very helpful for the beginners… And i want to know more about CMS Project and Testing system in those type of Project…

#405 kavitha on 10.12.11 at 7:28 am

very useful information

#406 mano on 10.17.11 at 5:10 am

TRRT

#407 ind on 10.18.11 at 3:55 am

This is very useful site for beginners to get going. I am going to start as a web tester for loan applications soon. I would like to know what are the important aspects we have to pay attention and how do we achieve it.

Appreciate if any one explain it and send it to my id : ikadoor@yahoo.com

thx a bunch

#408 chandu on 10.24.11 at 6:51 am

Very nice site for testing

#409 Shafqaat on 10.26.11 at 5:02 pm

Nice details dear.

#410 3141ali on 11.01.11 at 6:57 am

Thanks, very well written and great info!
Especially liked writing style. Straight to the point and none of those annoying paragraphs at the end of every topic saying “there is much more available on this topic, but there is not room to cover everything bla bla”
good stuff!

#411 Rana on 11.04.11 at 7:24 am

hi, Which one tool is best for testing and easy to use. give introduction about this tool and perfect Details.
Thanks..
only for website testing tool.

#412 Rana on 11.04.11 at 7:25 am

QTP & selenium easy use tool

#413 Sivakumar on 11.17.11 at 12:17 pm

yeh its clear…Can u explain everything with some screen shots and also can attach some samples…Can u?

#414 fhfghffghfh on 11.24.11 at 7:41 am

thanx

#415 manju on 11.25.11 at 8:51 am

Hai

wht is broken links in web application

#416 manju on 11.25.11 at 9:16 am

Hai

Plz tell me SSL with example and how to test

#417 anu on 11.25.11 at 9:20 am

how to test printer

#418 poonam on 11.29.11 at 11:28 am

nice one

#419 Anil Patel on 11.29.11 at 11:50 am

hi dear,

very useful ur article information for new web tester.

You have any web testing practicle or video .plz send my email id or send link.

#420 babu on 12.03.11 at 5:05 am

Hi am using selenium ,in my office ..can anyone having knowledge in selenium webdriver ,to clear my doubts..,once i have leanrt that thoroughly , am ready to give a session about the whole selenium for our guys..if anybody plz call back me or mail to :

regards
babu.m
9500141748
babuece87@gmail.com

#421 Ankit Saxena on 12.06.11 at 7:00 am

hey…
good work..keep it up.
thanks for providing us information regarding web testing.

#422 CHAKRAPRASAD on 12.09.11 at 6:02 am

its really very useful information..
ur explanation is very very good.. its can easily understand even they are not from same domain.

Thank you so much

#423 Bhakti on 12.14.11 at 6:17 am

Thankx a ton for such useful information of web application testing will include all these points while testing

#424 Manilam on 01.29.12 at 5:34 pm

Hi All. nice post . can anyone suggest me what are the future prospects of opening a Application testing company ? i an about to start one soon. just now collecting and connecting with people around the world.

Thanks

#425 shrinidhi on 01.30.12 at 12:34 pm

Hi,please tell me how to test a web browser firefox,what are the factors i have to keep in mind. both manual and automation using vbscript,pls its urgent

#426 shra on 01.30.12 at 2:04 pm

Hi….
This website is the best website I ever been visited….
very useful information.

Thanks.

#427 jerry on 02.01.12 at 3:49 am

very good info but i really wish there is an in-depth notes on web testing especially on writing test cases. what’s the must and musnt on writing test cases.

#428 nag on 02.07.12 at 11:17 am

useful information

thanks

#429 Bilal Chandio on 02.08.12 at 3:06 pm

The article is quite very use full but their must be a sample for web application testing. One thing more where are the white box and black box testing?

#430 Vijay on 03.02.12 at 5:07 am

Vijay this is really a great material which helps freshers to understand what the web testing is. Thank You from sharing this.

#431 Manzoor on 03.08.12 at 4:14 am

thanx for your information very clear and understanding

#432 Himanshu on 03.10.12 at 7:04 am

Thank for sharing Sir G ! Really very helpful !

#433 useful on 03.15.12 at 8:27 am

about selenium tool ?

#434 Rajiv on 03.15.12 at 8:29 am

PLZ TEL ME ABOUT SELENIUM TOOL N WAT WILL BE PRE REQUIRED TO LEARN FIRST ?

#435 Hyoura on 03.18.12 at 9:25 am

Hi, I’m new in this Software Testing subjects..

Can you tell me, what is the best programming language that can be used to create our own Web Testing Tools?

I’m working it for my college final project.. I’m going to create my own web testing tool..

thanks for the advice :)

#436 suhasini on 03.19.12 at 3:54 pm

Thanks for such a clear explanation

#437 Saransh on 03.20.12 at 12:30 pm

Hi nice description
Even for starters also its providing good guidance
Thanks 4 sharing

#438 ankur on 04.06.12 at 11:24 am

very usefull & in very essy language….
thanku.

#439 Ishanka on 04.11.12 at 7:05 am

Thanks. It was helpful for me to get idea about Web Application testing.

#440 muktar usman on 04.16.12 at 3:28 am

the explanation is well okay i appreciate it.

#441 Vikas Singh on 04.20.12 at 10:29 am

There is good guide about web testing .I get a chance to tell about this method .Thaks

#442 Ajmal on 04.24.12 at 6:42 am

There is good guide about web testing!

#443 Ajmal on 04.24.12 at 6:44 am

!@#$%^&*()_ HAI HAVE ANICE DAY_)(*&^%$#@!

#444 Suma on 04.26.12 at 5:09 am

Thanks for this imfo..really good stuff to refresh our skils

#445 Maggie on 05.08.12 at 12:47 pm

Hi there, I wanted to test several web-based applications in IE9. What kinds of testing should be carried out? Any tips?

Many thanks,
Maggie

#446 Naveena on 05.11.12 at 11:58 am

Very usefull info for those who want to start their carrier in web testing. I would like to know how to test different components in a web page like web table, images etc are to be checked both manually and using qtp. plz help by providing the info. Thanks

#447 Chandra Kumar Tiwari on 05.14.12 at 5:45 am

Hi Sir I am Chandra Kumar Tiwari, i do the job as a web application tester, i need your help to promote myself in same field, kindly provide a shot note on Web application testing and also how i improve myself.

Thanking You

#448 Gyanendra on 05.15.12 at 7:19 am

Thanks for the informative articles…
It will realy help in testing web applications.

#449 Dola thapa on 05.24.12 at 9:40 am

hi
any one visit my site if comment let us inform

#450 sush on 05.24.12 at 1:05 pm

hi,
this is perfect guidance….but i m new in this fields..and my company also new…without traning m working on web site testing…so give m more information about web testing.from basic thing also..

#451 kartiki mahadik on 05.26.12 at 8:25 am

i started web testing in mannualy from 15days. i know how can write test cases in ms excel . but i want to know that how can i wriote test cases on flash images. please reply me.

#452 Deepak mane on 05.28.12 at 11:02 am

Hi,
Thanks very nice information regarding Web Based Testing.But i want to more information for tools like(ETL,QC,TC).

#453 keshav on 05.31.12 at 5:33 am

Great effort..This article is looking more informative..This can be used as refreshment doc for Interviews..Expecting more and more articles from the you :)

#454 ranaji on 05.31.12 at 6:03 am

i think manual testing is best.

#455 Rupalli Jadhav on 06.04.12 at 3:11 pm

His is a very gud article for web testing,it is useful for interview,thanks a lot for gave a such nice article ,we want more from u.

#456 simran rai on 06.06.12 at 12:41 am

hi there
can anyone suggest how easy is web testing to learn for those with no technical background.what is web testing?
pls send info anyone at simmi9880@gmail.com

thanks
simran

#457 RG on 06.08.12 at 12:53 pm

Very usefull info for those who want to start their carrier in web testing.Keep up the good work….

#458 Chandra Kumar Tiwari on 06.12.12 at 12:32 pm

Hi Sir I am Chandra Kumar Tiwari, i do the job as a web application tester, I need your help to promote myself in same field. please help me I am very needy person

Thanks
Chandra Tiwari

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#461 shil on 06.14.12 at 6:44 am

how can i do load test

#462 DINESH KARPENTER on 06.15.12 at 7:03 am

Very very excellent knowledge u have dear, I have used this article in testing webpages in my company and gained a lot of tricks to break an application.Really thanx and appreaciable.All the best and Plz send me this types of useful articles.

#463 p shilpa on 06.19.12 at 6:57 am

how to test a application what are phases in it and how it faces done by the tester

#464 saritha on 06.21.12 at 12:02 pm

i am a beginner in testing plz suggest me which topics i need to learn..

#465 lalita on 06.21.12 at 4:11 pm

Hi i would like to get some suggestions from you i have no experience in testing. but trying to learn from google search still working on it

can you tell me how to write basic test cases on websites, other (manual testing).

#466 Madhurya on 06.27.12 at 8:09 am

very useful info ,i am working as manual tester, i am a fresher, am going to testing surveys,
please give some ideas on how to test surveys.

thank you

#467 Mahesh on 06.27.12 at 12:11 pm

Thank s dear it was very help full, Infact I did hunted this site after interviewer asked me below question.
How many types of testing can be carried out in Web-based application.

Thanks once again

#468 Mahesh on 06.27.12 at 12:13 pm

It was very help full , I did hunted this URL after interviewer aksed me the below question:
How many types of testing can be carried out in web application.

Thanks again

#469 Roopashivaiah on 06.27.12 at 4:06 pm

VERY USEFUL !! :)

#470 Mohab on 06.28.12 at 8:57 am

Amazing what you did there, this is one of the most useful article I have read.

#471 sayali on 07.02.12 at 10:30 am

Total summary of testing is very useful.

#472 arjun babu on 07.03.12 at 10:37 am

This is very useful information. This page is going to be part of my favorites.This website is the best website i ever been visited.
lots of useful information for every one.

#473 danikadain on 07.03.12 at 10:53 am

Thank u so much for ur awesome help line. Timely help.
Awaiting for more details and updates.

All the best.

#474 Kamera on 07.07.12 at 3:37 pm

i think manual testing is best. This is very much useful and Thanks for this article, thank you.

#475 otpravka sms on 07.23.12 at 12:53 am

i think manual testing is best.

#476 Hema on 07.25.12 at 11:27 am

It was very helpful.. Thanks for sharing..

#477 BABU on 08.02.12 at 5:58 am

VERY VERY USEFUL & IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MANUAL TESTERS

#478 shashi on 08.16.12 at 12:56 am

Thanks a lot for sharing all this information. please keep on updating the article so that we can get more and more knowleadge in terms of website testing….please share about selenium IDE like how to use..? and how to generate test scripts…?

Again Thanks

#479 ravi jaiswal on 08.25.12 at 7:58 am

Hello sir
i am going for a interview . They are asking for web based project testing but i dont know about web load testing.

so is this necessary to have knowledge on web load testing
kindly suggest me about this………

#480 Tejal on 08.28.12 at 6:01 am

Very nice information and very useful site!!!
Thanks a lot :)

#481 siva on 09.04.12 at 7:05 am

Hi dude, very nice to read….

#482 Harshil on 09.04.12 at 12:28 pm

ossom block thnk 4 posting this VIJAY

#483 Divya on 09.08.12 at 12:59 am

Thanks a lot for this information on Web app testing.. It’s very helpful easy to understand… Can any of you please tell me top 3 automated tool for Web Application Testing and three main features of that tool.

#484 ali on 09.08.12 at 6:53 pm

Hypothesis you plan to test in a Website Development Project?
can any one give ans to this question ?

#485 Monisha on 09.16.12 at 2:05 pm

Its really helpful for me to understand how to do web testing. Thanks for your article. hope to see many more articles like this.

#486 Pusparna on 09.28.12 at 6:23 am

Its a really helpful website….I have completed my b.tech in ECE and recently I joined as a Quality Analyst in a company….Currently I am testing web applications. Do I need any tools for my testing purposes? I have not done any training in software testing.

#487 ramya on 10.01.12 at 10:30 am

hi this site is really very useful. i have a doubt is web testing and website testing is same or different

#488 raji on 10.04.12 at 5:16 pm

hi..I m working in web based applications..Is it mostly required automation testing for web applications while comparing manual testing?

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#490 arjun aswal on 10.08.12 at 5:03 am

will you please tell me how to test HTML and CSS testing?

#491 data center colocation on 10.09.12 at 10:15 am

Great article, i am interested in gaining Web Testing skills..thank you

#492 ???????? ????? on 10.29.12 at 9:29 pm

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#493 gagandeep on 11.02.12 at 9:00 pm

very helpful for those who are new in testing.
please suggest test cases also

#494 kavisree on 11.04.12 at 5:33 pm

Very Very useful
Thank u so much for sharing such a valuable information keep on updating

#495 prasad on 11.15.12 at 5:14 am

This is good site and as well as very useful to freshers

#496 rick'nTW on 11.16.12 at 3:29 am

very helpful, thanks for sharing.. we need more people like you :)

#497 ravi on 11.28.12 at 5:40 am

very nice

#498 gayatri on 12.11.12 at 10:11 am

Hi
Its really Nice tutorial. as im starting my career in software testing with website related stuff….

Thanks..

#499 anas on 12.11.12 at 10:24 am

great work

#500 Usha on 01.02.13 at 9:08 am

I learnt so much on how to test a web application in reading ur article.Thank you so much for expanding my views on testing.

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#502 aditya on 01.07.13 at 9:00 pm

hi vijay,
I really appreciates your work for the testing professionals. The tutorial you provided is crystal clear and very simple to understand.
And thankful to you and all the persons who participates in solving people’s doubt regard testing.
I have a problem regarding test cases i mean to say i don’t know the proper approach to write high level and low level test cases. If u guys are having any test cases documents which you prepared for any website or any software product, kindly forward me at “aditya.soni66@gmail.com”
I am a game tester and want to switch my career to software testing.
thanks and regards
aditya

#503 Anu on 01.23.13 at 11:34 am

Hi Vijay and Mayasen,

very good work guys, you both have helped a lot of QAs till more than half way through in the comments, i know its very hard to keep up with all comments. Your dedication is very much appreciated, there are still many open questions which if answered will kind of help all the people who have commented so far .

Please can you take time to reply to them, its to much to ask but helping fellow QAs to get through huddles in their career will be an achievement and appreciation by them.

Looking at comments, people are following your foot steps, you should feel very proud of yourselves.

many thanks

Anu

#504 Sonia on 02.02.13 at 6:26 am

Thank you for providing such useful information free if charge. Your site has been very helpful to me.

#505 sunanda on 02.02.13 at 10:53 am

Hi,
i want information about configuration,compatibility,usability testing

#506 mogu on 02.05.13 at 9:22 am

i like this page . it is very easy to learn.and now have the ideass about this testing.ok i need detailed about qtp with screen shots.

#507 Ruchika on 02.13.13 at 7:37 am

Good description of Web based testing

#508 shameer on 03.04.13 at 4:47 am

very useful…thank you…..

#509 digu on 03.07.13 at 6:26 am

sir i doing diploma in computer i want some information about website testing & why we are test graphics(images)in website.please give me reason.

#510 test on 03.07.13 at 12:20 pm

thanks

#511 shiva on 03.08.13 at 3:14 pm

Really wonderful information’s for the pro testers like me and please continue your good work, just found the website and liked a lot and iam referring to my friends who are into testing

#512 Surender on 03.10.13 at 6:40 am

Hi Sir…….one more thing in security testing is that you logged out and then click on “Back” button from your browser some time its takes you on last page instead of login page.Please correct me if i m wrong.

#513 keerti on 03.12.13 at 12:06 pm

Thanks for the information. It was very help full.

#514 Rajeev Kumar on 03.17.13 at 5:46 am

This is best training for the new tester in the market.
Thanks for the testinghelp.com for giving us this precius traing.

#515 ravee on 03.21.13 at 12:51 pm

really usual for the beginners who are all in learning

#516 Kiran on 03.22.13 at 4:33 pm

Good Article

#517 Hari on 03.25.13 at 8:59 am

can you write the example test cases for each checklist(functionality(links..),usability,interface, browser compatibility….)

#518 Ranjit Singh on 03.29.13 at 6:09 am

nice article.

it helps me while testing my site.

thanks a lot :)

#519 Maheshwarayya on 04.01.13 at 10:19 am

Done great job!!!

#520 Manas on 04.02.13 at 6:10 am

Some more information
-Disable of right click after login ..i.e. if an user is right clicked on the web page after login there are possibility of viewing the page source save the web page or print the web page.
If it is required to enable the right click , then do check that if after saving the web page to pc , if user wants to open that directly double clicking that ,it should not open without credential
-Check for the session timeout
-Check the password is encrypted properly
-check “sql injection ” is disabled or not.

#521 ravi on 04.05.13 at 5:49 am

hi every one somebody please send me the excel for writing the test case for online shopping site

#522 Brightsun on 04.08.13 at 12:28 pm

Hi All, Has anyone prepared SOP document for web testing? if you have can you please share the document.

#523 Nitish on 04.09.13 at 4:16 am

Hi all
Can any1 give me idea about the task which is given to me for webtesting as follows:
“As developer I want the system to include configurations for different environments so that I don’t need to handle different configuration files for different environments”
How to test this task???

#524 Kumar on 04.18.13 at 3:35 am

Very nice article….

#525 Saurabh on 04.26.13 at 8:23 pm

This is the best work I have seen online.
Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
Really a tremendous effort from your side.
This helped me save my project report.
:-)

#526 shrikant on 05.02.13 at 6:22 am

nice article.

it helps me while testing my site.

thanks a lot :)

#527 Puri on 05.03.13 at 10:31 pm

Really awesome article!!!The best I have ever went through…..Good job.

#528 prabu on 06.13.13 at 9:58 am

I need a tool for testing a web application.please share me the complete details regarding the tool and installation process.Thanks in Advance.

#529 prabu on 06.13.13 at 11:14 am

send me different kind of books regarding testing to read.

#530 Rick G on 06.25.13 at 3:33 pm

great article. much appreciated

#531 Amit on 07.01.13 at 7:41 pm

Amazing explanation!

Cheers!

Amit

#532 sai on 07.11.13 at 1:46 pm

This is the best site i have ever seen but few suggestions from my side. This will be helpful for all of them.
I have seen Qtp Tutorial, Quality center tutorial.
Is it possible keep Manual Testing tutorial step by step, Database testing tutorial step by step,
Load runner tutorial step by step,
Selenium Step by step and
Jmeter step by step

As Manual Testing needs
1. Manual testing
2. Quality center
3. Database testing

Functional Automater
1. Qtp
2. Selenium

Non Functional Automater
1. Load runner
2. Jmeter

#533 me on 07.11.13 at 6:53 pm

thanks this helps! using to test some stuff.

#534 ganesh on 08.06.13 at 11:10 am

thnx..!
But still not clear about application server. what is it ? & whats the main function of it ?

#535 SARITHA.S on 08.10.13 at 6:12 pm

Hi everyone my self saritha im fresher in testing.I saw ur article it is really helpfull for me. im beginner also can u help me about diffrent types testing how to do? and test cases how to write each and everything step by step .thanks.bye.my email id speak2sari@gmail.com.

#536 teju on 08.13.13 at 9:52 am

very nice information……

#537 tarun sharma on 08.19.13 at 12:03 pm

Hii folks!!!
any one having documents ,notes related to website testing please forward me to my mail id :xstarun@gmail.com…
web testing is kind of specialization in manual testing???

#538 tarun sharma on 08.19.13 at 12:04 pm

Hii folks!!!
any one having documents ,notes related to website testing please forward me to my mail id :
xstarun@gmail.com
web testing is kind of specialization in manual testing???

#539 Lakshmi on 08.21.13 at 9:10 am

Very nice article covering all the aspects of web application testing.

There is a simple typo mistake in this line

Some functionality in your web application is may not be compatible with all operating systems.

I truly appreciate your efforts.

#540 deepanjana on 08.25.13 at 9:41 am

Nice tutorial, thanks a lot.
Can u also explain me the difference between integration and interface testing.

#541 Santosh on 09.10.13 at 5:14 pm

Very useful information…..thanks.

#542 vishnu on 09.18.13 at 7:22 am

Hii folks!!!
In an Webapplication So many Navigations (hundread of links)are there .how to test it manually.if we check each and every page it will take so much time. how to test it manually with out using Automation tool.One of the interviewer asked me.(dont use Automation tool).Can you please tell me the answer.

#543 srikar on 09.30.13 at 4:53 pm

Vijay, this is very nice article.this is really helpful for me. thanks a lot.

#544 purvesh on 10.08.13 at 6:08 am

sir,i m as a fresher from where i can start to learn about the testing?please sugges me…

#545 Patel on 10.09.13 at 3:25 am

Your efforts are really appreciate.
Thanks

#546 Kalapi QA on 10.14.13 at 6:45 am

i was learn automation tool selenium and webdriver but i didnt find appropriate company right now i am working as manual tester.. so have you any better option..

And real this article is simply best….

#547 technoidog on 10.31.13 at 4:22 pm

While the docs here on testing help to put the tasks of software engineering into perspective, I certainly want to raise a point regarding all of this alleged insight. There has been a pop-up added into the template for this site’s code generation, that the user comes to know, once they have scrolled it’s articles end. The pop-up becomes obvious by a “Recommended Reading” (RR) box that attaches itself to the lower right bottom corner of an interactive window. However, after clicking on the ‘x’ in the RHS of the RR Box, the box will not go away! It recedes, and continues on in a minimal contracted form. Well, I’m not going to try to impose an external project manager strong hand, however, such behaviour is wrong!

Go ahead, try it yourself. And, then (especially) continue on to print/save the page in PDF. The bloody box is still there, even with the FS committed data! It’s especially annoying when a user didn’t notice the situation initially, and had generated several such documents. They end up with several docs, that all have a RR box predominately overwriting the information that they are interested in.

Such behaviour should have failed tests within a Functionality, Usability, Interface, Web Applic Test Suite, in lieu of actual user reporting, don’t ya’ll think? Try practicing what you’re trying to preach here! Where can I file a bug report? Oh, your site doesnt’ even allow for such feedback? What’s going on here?

#548 kailas on 11.01.13 at 10:39 am

Very useful web testing document………

#549 srini on 11.08.13 at 8:43 am

First of all i convey my greetings and thanks to this author to build and frame a perfect document about the web application testing,but still i feel few gray areas and a gap found in this document the scenario like servers side testing and cross platform testing etc .Need much more clarification and better view explanation on this scenario i mention above.Apart from this is the perfect document for beginners to start to learn about testing terms and terminology ,

Thanks
srini

#550 B.S SrinivasaRao on 11.19.13 at 4:05 am

Really awesome article!!! this is very useful for my web Apps. testing……Good job.

#551 hema on 11.30.13 at 5:26 am

ur tip will be very useful for me

#552 babu on 12.05.13 at 2:12 pm

~A client-server app is about to go on web., How we use selenium webdriver in testing the application before going on web?

#553 Altchar on 12.06.13 at 6:41 pm

Can someone give me an example of test cases please email me here altchar11@gmail.com? Thanks in Advance

#554 Rupali on 01.08.14 at 7:57 am

very usefull information.
thank u so much.

#555 sankari on 01.09.14 at 11:41 am

Is there is any possibility to test the translations in website using automation??

I want to test the translations for different languages like (italian,german,spanish..etc) ..

#556 Prajakta on 01.13.14 at 10:34 am

Hi, i am a beginner in the pen testing field, want to know the in & out of Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing(VAPT), i.e want the knowledge of OWASP listed vulnerabilities, how to find them(step by step detail) in thin and thick client using automated & by manual process. please email me regarding the same.
my Email ID: prajakata.patil189@gmail.com

#557 Sandeep Kumar Rao on 01.15.14 at 12:10 pm

Well, as an SEO consultant and certified software tester, I must say that, knowledge of SEO factors (specially on-Page) are considerably important in web application testing. And the need for it becomes more important if the project is an eCommerce portal.

As, in case of eCommerce projects every aspect of a webpage including code, images, content, meta tags, scripts, page structure etc. is highly important.

So, I think, web application testers should also possess SEO knowledge for developing a quality web application for their customers.

#558 mohit kukar on 01.23.14 at 1:45 pm

Hi vijay.
you really deserve thanx from the bottom of heart. Thanx a lot.
If you have more guide related software testing. i m really need of your guide.
Please revert me back on mohit3021@gmail.com

#559 Surbhi on 01.25.14 at 7:57 am

Excellent guide.. Very informative.. :) I enjoyed reading it..

#560 Deepu Rajagopal on 01.27.14 at 4:59 am

Nice article …Nice read..

I don’t did whether you missed it so intentionally, in the Web Testing checklists,
1) Globalization Testing
2) Localization Testing

These things also might need to be tested sometimes, i think so.

#561 Seema sulthana Shaik on 01.27.14 at 6:19 pm

The information which i got its good but these in formation understandable by only experienced candidates but people are intrested on how the error will accrue and how it looks. I am expecting from you that with real time examples or block diagrams for each and every testing.

#562 silambarasan on 02.03.14 at 4:14 pm

Hi vijay,
Thank you for your simple and superb article.

#563 AYESHA NAZNEEN on 03.19.14 at 7:57 am

VERY NICE ARTICLE. CAN ANYBODY PLEASE SEND ME THE NOTES OF MANUAL TESTING OR VIDEO.
THANK YOU

#564 tester on 03.26.14 at 11:20 pm

Really useful article
It ll be great if u can clear my doubt…
In the case of functional testing of banking application, how the outgoing link(fund transfer to another bank) is tested in testing environment?

#565 maas on 04.02.14 at 9:53 am

Hi,

Is there any free tool for identify the Font type,size of a whole web site.

Please let me know .Its urgent..

#566 Radared La Bono on 11.18.14 at 10:29 am

This is a great timeless article, apart from just using this guide for testing web app, one could also use it to test mobile application. Bookmarked for future reference.

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