|January 29, 2018|
If your testing a website style, it doesn't hurt to put it through a good CSS tester for compatible issues. There's plenty of sites that are available to validate a website CSS. I have found that 'QA Style Sheet' is a good quick check on CSS compatibility.
In my test, the 'QA Style Sheet' check has done a good job finding out of date style. The nice thing about the project is that you can make a Bookmarklet so that anytime you need to check a page style, simply click on the bookmark. This is really handy when testing a page that is deep in the login process.
The QA style sheet highlights specific HTML problems like use of deprecated elements, inaccessible images, layout tables, empty elements, or styling-related maintenance issues. Theoretically, it is "unobtrusive" in a sense that when everything's fine it won't cause any visible changes.
The folks over at QA Style Sheet are looking for a new owner. If you're a CSS expert and have some time to spare, it might be a good way to give back.
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