Keeping your pages tightly controlled and getting rapid problem reports ensure fast correction of problems. If you designed your pages well, you dont need a lot of superfluous nitpicking of your style or layout at this point in the testing. You want to make sure the pages display properly and the links work. Even if you perform all the testing discussed above, you really should continue with the next step: beta testing, which we discuss in Extra 5. Beta testing is where you find out if anyone else really likes your page(s).
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