Checklist for Checking of General considerations of Web Applications
General testing checklist is a very powerful fact-gathering tool deployed to ensure that our new web application behaves as expected from several general considerations.
Check Points related to Statutory requirements
|Is the application compatible with standards and conventions of the audience?|
|2.||Is the application compatible with copyright laws and licenses?|
Check Points related to General Appearance
|1.||Are fonts consistent within functionality?|
|2.||Are the company display standards followed?
|3.||Are legal requirements met?|
|4.||Is content sequenced properly?|
|5.||Are web-based colors used?|
|6.||Is there appropriate use of white space?|
|7.||Are tools provided (as needed) in order to access the information?|
|8.||Are attachments provided in a static format?|
|9.||Is spelling and grammar correct?|
|10.||Are alternative presentation options available (for limited browsers or performance issues)?|
|11.||Pages fit within the resolution (800×600)|
|12.||Design works with liquid tables to fill the user’s window size.|
|13.||Separate print versions provided for long documents (liquid tables may negate this necessity). Accommodates A4 size paper.
Site doesn’t use frames.
|14.||Complex tables are minimized.|
|15.||Newer technologies are generally avoided for 1-2 years from release, or if used alternative traditional forms of content are easily available.|
Check Points related to Operating systems Environment/ Platform
|1.||Has the operating environments and platforms been defined?|
|2.||Have the most critical platforms been identified?|
|3.||Have audience expectations been properly managed?|
|4.||Have the business users/marketing been adequately prepared for what will be tested?|
|5.||Have signoffs been obtained?|
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