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User Interface testing comes under Non Functional Testing type. In UI testing, our intention is to validate user interface which is designed professionally or not. Here is the basic check list for UI testing :
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Smoke testing, the preliminary level of testing is done to ensure whether the major functionalities of a build/software is functioning properly. In simpler words, we can say that it is an entry criteria for ensuring that a software is ready for further testing. Confidence testing, Build Verification Testing are other names for smoke testing. In this type of testing, testers execute test cases based upon the requirement mainly the positive cases. The main functionalities, work flows etc will be tested first.
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The technical content posted on Zyxware.com is being managed and reviewed by a team called the Tech Content Team (TCT) and all the content that gets published goes through a TCT review process. Please find below the TCT initial review checklist that is used for the initial check on articles before they are accepted into the TCT workflow.
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Navigation Menu bar are intended for helping users navigate through important pages of the website. The navigation menu bar can be customized in different ways. Mega menu is one such customized menu bar, which has got high usability factors compared to traditional navigation menu bars. The main advantage of mega menu is that user can view all options in one area, without scrolling down the content. The user can access the mega menu with just a click or mouse hover thereby saving his/her time.
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One of the most important aspects of a Drupal application is obviously its interface which is all what an end user gets to see. These Web Design issues/bugs negatively affect the final look and feel of the end product. Here are some of the most common design issues to be avoided by a Drupal tester.
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When you want to move a Drupal site from one hosting server to another you have to ensure that the site works the same way on the new server as it used to work on the old server. There is no real fool proof way of doing this other than to meticulously document all the custom aspects associated with setting up the site and verifying it on the new server. The following is a checklist of information you have to collect before you move your Drupal site from one server to another.