What does eValid do about pages that are composed of multiple frames?
Does it just ignore it or what?
Thanks for posting KeithL.
To be honest, very little is "ignored" by eValid.
Frames are part of a web page life, if you will.
They have to handled normally.
Here is a short explanation of how eValid tracks frames: http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... _path.html
During recording eValid records in the constructed command the path to the frame [if there is one]; and the playback process retrieves that and directs actions into the right frame automatically.
-- eValid Support