Simply Testable Updates #89: Clearer Test Rejection/Failure Reasons, Mobile-Ready Account and Test History Pages
May 14, 2014
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This is the 88th 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.
Highlights from the past week:
Clearer test rejection/failure reasons
- Clearer Test Rejection/Failure Reasons
- Mobile-ready account, payment card and test history pages
Sometimes a test you start will fail to be run and sometimes a test you start will be rejected.
This can correctly happen for a variety of reasons: no URLs to test could be found, the site to be tested cannot be reached over the Internet or you've hit an account plan limit.
The pages you reach under these cases have been changed to be mobile-ready and in the process have been made clearer.
If you run into an account plan limit, the choices you have available to you, such as upgrading to a plan, are now much more clear.
Mobile-ready account, payment card and test history pages
I mentioned in last week's newsletter that the account and payment card pages were in the process of being changed to be mobile-ready. That's all complete and the changes were released live late last week.
Similar changes were applied to the test history page with these released early this week.
I'll continue to update the Simply Testable services to be more friendly to vastly differing screen sizes and will continue to help make it more clear when account-only features are an option.
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