HTML 4 For Dummies - Bonus Chapters

Testing, Testing 1-2-3


In This Extra

Of course, you want to get your wonderful Web creations on the Web ASAP. But -- cliché warning -- you only get one chance to make a good first impression. Nobody has time to get a job right the first time, but they can always make the time to fix it later. So why not take that little bit of extra time while you’re creating your Web pages and run them through a few tests to check spelling and accuracy, to validate their HTML syntax, links, anchors, and so on, as well as to judge your target audience’s acceptance? That ounce of prevention can be worth embarrassing pounds, hours, and maybe even dollars of cure later on!

Why Test Your Pages?

What You Think Doesn’t Count

Expect (and Test for) the Unexpected

In Vitro Vitrification: Alpha Testing Methods

The A-Team’s Finished!

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