Simply Testable Updates #71: You Can Now Test Password-Protected Sites
December 27, 2013
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This is the 71st of weekly progress updates on the development of Simply Testable, your professional automated web frontend testing service providing one-click testing for your entire site.
HTML Validation For Password-Protected Sites Is Live
This week has been rather quiet due to the holiday season but I did find the time to launch the ability to perform HTML validation for password-protected sites.
This is ideal for running additional tests on public-facing password-protected staging sites that use HTTP authentication.
This by no means covers all types of authentication that you may use to protect a site but does allow you to run tests when using one of the more common approaches for securing public-facing staging sites.
Read the announcement blog post for more details.
With HTML validation now working for password-protected sites, I'm looking at providing the same for CSS validation.
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