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Tennessee Web Design Foundations: C10H16.11.1

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Troubleshooting and Problem Solving: Troubleshooting and formal testing is a systematic quality assurance process and should be routinely completed throughout the life cycle of a web site. There are various multistep testing procedures for a web site. The following recommendations provide a general approach to testing: a. review the content for accuracy, spelling, and grammar; b. review site for broken links; c. test the functionality of the web site as defined by the project specifications; d. validate the HTML and CSS coding; e. check the accessibility using automated tools; f. test site on various browsers that the target audience uses; g. analyze the connection speed and size of web pages; h. conduct usability testing with target audience; i. work with the server administrator to conduct load testing; and j. conduct authentication testing and review file authorizations. As a class, develop a quality assurance plan that incorporates the above testing procedures, as well as outlines how the testing will be managed, how the issues will be prioritized, and how problems will be solved.

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9.1 Intro to Design Thinking
9.2 Empathy
9.6 Test
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7.4 Providing Feedback
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12.1 Providing Feedback
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10.1 Providing Feedback
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6.1 Intro to Design Thinking
6.2 Empathy
6.6 Test
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6.1 Intro to Design Thinking
6.2 Empathy
6.6 Test
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6.4 Providing Feedback
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11.4 Providing Feedback