eValid seem to have a solution for everything.
Can you validate whether the title of a web page has changed?
Thanks for asking DebbieE.
Actually, not only can you validate the title of a web page, but you can also validate a lot of other details, with these commands:
ValidateDocumentTitle -- Confirmes that the title string matches the specified string, from left to right for whatever is specified. (That is, if the actual document it longer, no worry, if the specified leading part matches the test passes.)
ValidateDocumentURL -- This documents the complete document URL.
ValidateDocumentSize -- Checks the size of the document.
ValidateDocumentLastModified -- Confirms the last modified date. If the page is younger (it was modified) then this FAILs.
ValidateDocumentChecksum -- At record time, a checksum of the page is taken, and at playback time if the checksum doen't match the test FAILs.
ValidateDocumentBodyText -- The entire visible text of the page is saved for validation. Caution, this may lead to a lengthy script file.
All of eValid's validation modes are explained here: http://www.e-valid.com/Products/Documen ... ation.html
We think this is very complete!
-- eValid Support