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    hey,
    i slaved all day today to get most of it done but on the last bit they want me to design a testing plan to test my hyperlinks.
    Anybody no what i can do?
    taa
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    Say what you're going to be testing, and how you're going to do the tests.
    Say what all the tests are, and what the setup is for each test.
    Say how the set of test you have cover all aspects of the system to be tested adequately.
    Say, for each test, what you expect the result to be.
    When you've done the tests, say what the result was.

    That's about it really.
    So how do i show i have tested it>
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    Show? You can't really in this case from what I can gather. Your word will have to be good enough...
    ok then thnx,
    I.T coursework is lame and boorin, :rolleyes:
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    screen dumps all the way
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    (Original post by braders89)
    ok then thnx,
    I.T coursework is lame and boorin, :rolleyes:
    lol yeah, i did it last year and we didnt even make a website. just drawn all the pages on paper :rolleyes:

    and to prove that the clicks work.
    show screenshots, of you clicking in it and show the page it takes you to.

    on teh screenshot, point to the link and you should write the URL.
    for example: link <------------http://www.thenewaddress.co.uk

    and on the next page you do a screen grab and circle the address bar
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    I just said they worked. They did, but I didn't try to prove it...
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    Erm what i would do is print screen dumps of you clicking on each hyperlink and then a screen dump when it is loaded . just test the hyper links by going up and down the page . i did this for my real website... below( in signature)
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    (Original post by [email protected])
    Erm what i would do is print screen dumps of you clicking on each hyperlink and then a screen dump when it is loaded . just test the hyper links by going up and down the page . i did this for my real website... below( in signature)
    You really do like selling your website...
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    (Original post by [email protected])
    Erm what i would do is print screen dumps of you clicking on each hyperlink and then a screen dump when it is loaded . just test the hyper links by going up and down the page . i did this for my real website... below( in signature)
    clicking on each hyperlink that will work out as 15screen shots becasue i got four pages all linked together.

    Anyways i finished it now, my average mark is around 70.

    I just did the website the whole website took me an hour, all i had to do was copy and paste the stuff they want on it. and spent doing nothing in class :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Fleff)
    You really do like selling your website...
    :rolleyes:
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    Yep, you need to post screen shots of all your tests. That's the only way you can prove it.
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    Showing the code couldn't harm the cause either.
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    Well this is only for GCSE, so screen shots are all they want.
 
 
 
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