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Apr 03, 2022
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Develop a process for reporting errors Decide on the best way for test users to provide feedback or report website errors. Should they email issues as they find them? Complete an assessment at the end of their testing experience? Discuss their findings in person? The reporting process can vary as wildly as the testing process itself. There are several methods to perform website testing, including casual hallway testing, remote testing, expert testing, DIY testing, desktop testing, mobile testing, and even automated testing. Find the best reporting process for your test method. Check everything on the site – and that says it all Every aspect of the site should be combed through with a fine-toothed comb (not a hair comb, a digital comb. You know what we mean. Please leave your working comb in that drawer that no one else ever sees) . Thoroughly review content for accuracy, grammar, and spelling, as well as SEO, accessibility, and overall compliance with editorial style guides and web standards. Do not neglect employee email list any stone. No unclimbed mountains. When you think. And if you don't think you're the right person to judge the accuracy of a . There is no way a single person can accurately test an entire website. When reviewing content quality, invite your editorial team to take a look. As you review your code, invite users with disabilities to test your site's accessibility directly. At the same time, technical staff should test server performance, security, valid code, and cross-browser and platform compatibility. Take a step back and let the experts get to work. Beware of the “invisible code” What you can't see has a huge impact on accessibility and SEO. Review your redesigned website code for proper accessibility tags and attributes, including meta descriptions, titles, alt text, tags, links that open in new windows, and more. This is another fantastic opportunity to engage accessibility experts. For example, have you tried browsing your new website without a mouse? Are there any keyboard traps where you can't leave a section of the website using.
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