How does eValid show the contents of the DOM to the user?
Please explain what I need to do.
Thanks for asking AChase.
The PAGEMAP feature in eValid gives users direct access to the current content of the DOM, as described here:http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... neral.html
You activate the PageMap with the PageMap option on the eValid GUI, and once it is activated you can choose various options to determine how it is updated.
The operation of this system is described here:http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... p.gui.html
As you may know, the DOM contains the complete set of information that comprises w web page and the PageMap that eValid provides gives you only a subset of that detail.
The design was based 100% on the needs of testers; if it could not be relevant to the purposes of a tester then the PageMap doesn't show it.
Key information is always there, including the currently displayed index and the frame path for the frame (including no path to indicate the parent frame, i.e. the parent browser). Everything you need.
Let us know if you need help in using this powerful tool in constructing realistic and reliable tests.
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