I am a test automation enthusiast. Who is always fascinated about new testing framework & Languages.
Selenium has been a pinnacle for open-source software in the industry of automated website testing. The automation testing framework is widely adopted by the testing community to help them in automating interactions with their web-application for desktops.
The only way to know the answers to these questions was to have them tested myself. And I came up with interesting results. Which is why I am writing this article to share these results with you.
Mike, a web developer, is a curious reader who wishes to keep him up-to-date on the latest technologies by reading blogs, webinars, video tutorials. Mike visited your website from search engine and is curious to read your blog around cross browser testing. However, the moment he lands on your website, he encounters a huge pop-up asking him to enroll to your newspaper. He closes the pop-up, clicks on your cross browser testing article, and scrolled further below. Now, he unintentionally clicked on a sponsored content. As a result, a new tab opened which routed him somewhere he never wanted to be.
What do you think Mike would be feeling right now?
As a conclusion to this, you would get your testing results in every short period of time without any chances of getting your test flow disturbed because of any third party resources.
I will be demonstrating the process in 2 browsers i.e. Google Chrome & Mozilla Firefox to help you integrate the process in your cross browser testing checklist. I would be using LambdaTest to help me access different browser without going through the trouble of installing them.
1. Google Chrome
2. Mozilla Firefox
Code To Run Automation Testing with Selenium In Mozilla Firefox
Code To Run Automation Testing with Selenium In Google Chrome
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