My website has some pages that have images and I want to confirm that the correct image is showing?
Also, what happens if all I really need is to confirm a part of the images?
Please tell me how!
Thanks for asking on our forum GTorres.
Indeed, pages that have embedded images, usually with an <IMG SRC=(path)...> tag, can be verified, but there are some constraints on this.
First, the verification is done outside eValid with a component of the EXDIFF utility.
This is because images are only meaningful when shown in a Windows desktop.
The way you compare images is with the eValid command:
CompareImages "baseline" "response"
In this case the "baseline" images is the standard of comparison.
You can save it with a command like this:
SaveSelectedImage wid "name" idx "frame_path"
That you ran earlier to establish the baseline.
Now, if you really get fancy you can define a "mask" that tells the image comparison utility to disregard all pixels in the image OUTSIDE the specified sensitivity area, the image "hot spot".
-- eValid Support