So you want to test ‘localhost’? A tutorial

One of the most frequent questions we get is “How do I test my local environment?” We love this question, because it means that the user is venturing into Extreme Accessibility. Unfortunately, Tenon doesn’t have a way to connect to someone’s local environment. But you can do this with a service like ngrok. Lets’ walk through how do connect your local environment to ngrok and test with Tenon.

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Great, I have test results. Now what?

The best feature of an automated testing tool is also its worst: The ability to go through large amounts of code and find errors that don’t require a human to find. Using an automated tool you should be able to test hundreds of pages in a matter of minutes. Finding the average number of pages per site is difficult. Some old data suggests that the average number of pages is 273, whereas some newer data says the average site has many times more. But for simplicity’s sake, let’s assume you test 200 pages. Tenon finds an average of 51 errors per page. This means that if you scan 200 pages with an average of 51 errors per page, Tenon will find 10,200 errors. Holy cow!

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