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Have You Tried These Steps To Make Your Website Bug Free

Tarun works very hard. Because of him, you can easily navigate our website i.e BugRaptors. He ensures that you can easily go through our website and have a bug-free experience. There are many things which he does to make sure that your experience is error-free.

I know that every application that’s developed will have bugs. That is a simple truth every developer must know. However, as a developer, the best way to reduce bugs, security issues, and errors in your application is to create a bug-free environment. It can help in the development of a stable, secure and reliable application, translating into more satisfied end users and clients. When you set up a bug-free environment, you are able to ensure that everything works right from the very beginning.

Let’s understand how Tarun make our website bug-free. There are certain numbers of actions that He takes and poof all the bugs are solved and ensure seamless user experience.

The testing phase will:

  •  Ensure that your website is bug-free
  • Allow you to possibly re-visit design as well as build decisions you have taken in previous steps, tweak and fine-tune your site

Functionality Testing

Verify the functionality of all of your site’s web pages, by:

  • Loading each one of your site’s web pages on your browser
  • Reading all of your content on each web page (all main content text as well as menu item descriptions, footer notes, header notes, etc.
  • Clicking on all links on the page and verify that they lead to the correct destination page

Browser Compatibility Testing

As you already know by now, not all browsers treat HTML and CSS exactly the same way. You also know that in order to satisfy the majority of your visitors, you need to make sure that your site looks and feels the same at least for the main browsers we mentioned during the checklist section of Step1 (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google’s Chrome, Apple’s Safari and Opera).

Repeat what you did during the functionality testing for each of these browsers. That means that you must have installed the browsers on your machine.

Other Activities You Should Not Miss

  • Validate all links. Each link should take you to the right page—whether that’s a different page on your website or an entirely different website.
  • Validate font and styles. Your fonts should be a consistent style and size, and the look of your website should match the original design.
  • Validate any site security. Check that every page that’s supposed to be secure—for example, a page with e-commerce, a form asking for sensitive information, or an extranet login—is indeed protected.
  • Validate all online forms. If your website has formed, make sure you can fill them out and that the submit buttons work. Also, double-check that form data is collected and stored according to requirements.
  •  Validate email notifications are sent as expected. Someone at your company should receive a confirmation email for each form that’s submitted. Double-check that everyone receives the appropriate notifications.

Obviously there are more to that but for now, let it stay that way. What do you think of quality assurance? Let me know your thoughts on that via comments. I personally love feedbacks so, let me know about it. Adios for now fellas!!!

 

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I am Munish Garg, working as a Senior Coordinator Head & Editor at Bugraptors. A CMMi5 certified company with extensive experience as a third party testing vendor. I think that your readers might be interested in knowing more about manual & automation tools & technology concerns.

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