Navigate trough test results
walter piters — Jun 14, 2016 04:35PM UTC
I used the applitools add-on in chrome to check a full website.
I see in my baseline some 404 pages. Is there a way to know from which webpage they are opened?
3 Community Answers
Yarden Naveh - Jun 15, 2016 at 09:30AM UTC
Yes. Your tests have an “Application Name” and “Test Name”.
When you are using the chrome extension, the App name is set by default to the URL Domain and the test name is set by default to the URL path.
For example, if your website is http://www.website.com/path then the App name will be: www.website.com and the path name will be /path
You can track the pages that gave 404, by the AppName+TestName.
walter piters - Jun 15, 2016 at 10:32AM UTC
You are right that I can recreate the URL of the 404 page with the URL Domain and URL Path, but what I like to know is the URL of the page where the applitools app has found this URL. Meaning the page where it clicked on a link to open this 404 page.
Yarden Naveh - Jun 15, 2016 at 02:38PM UTC
The extension uses the sitemap.xml of your website (which is located at “your_web_site_url/sitemap.xml”) to go through the different pages.
Since the different pages are independent of one another in the sitemap.xml, the extension can’t track the relations between the pages (for example which link is clicked to go from one page to another).