I want to present you one of the easiest tool, which can be useful during website testing. With Selenium IDE you can make a clickthrough test and this plugin will record your actions. Of course you can edit them or/and add your own.
With converter you can get a sourcecode in wanted language so you can easly add it to startup test scripts on backend side.
With addons such as screenshot capturing you can have screenshots of your whole system after 2h of writing test (once) and then it takes just 5 minutes: Run test, go get your well earned coffe and when you will return you will see screenshots of whole system
An important development has taken place in the Testing tools and services sphere recently, which I think each one should take a note of. uTest has partnered with BlazeMeter to provide full-service Load Testing solutions for Web & Mobile Apps.
Most of more demanding users uses browsers other than IE, but in most of the corporations IE even outdated 6 & 7 are still in use so even if our page looks great on webkit it doesn't mean it's bugfree on IE. (well, you can bet, that something will look not that good as you wish for).
Here's article to help testers and developers in struggle against IE
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.