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Page Coverage (Selenium IDE)
Once you install the plugin, a Page coverage tool button will be available on the Selenium IDE toolbar. See the screen shot.
Mini user guide for the plugin
- Click on the Page Coverage tool button to turn on page coverage.
- Run your test case or test suite to capture page coverage.
- Click on the small arrow next to the Page coverage icon and then click View Page Coverage menu item to open the page coverage reports.
- This should open the all page coverage reports or the latest one if you have just executed a test case or test suite.
- Click on the Page Coverage tool button again to turn off page coverage.
Known Issues / Notes
To use this plugin, you will need to install Selenium IDE extension of at least version 1.0.4 first. Only in English for now.
- The last link or button clicked that triggers a page load will not be captured in the page coverage.
- Using page coverage with this plugin is destructive, i.e. it changes the web page to mark the elements used by the tests . This may sometimes affect your tests. So always run your tests without page coverage to verify the correct results.
- You will see “Error: Image corrupt or truncated” in the error log almost every time a screen shot is taken. The screen shot is still saved correctly.
- If you turn on both highlight elements and page coverage at the same time, page coverage will take precedence. You can have them both installed without problems.
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