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What are the automation tools for testing a website, which does load test, broken link test, Spelling check test and Compatibility test

closed as too broad by Peter M., corsiKa May 25 '17 at 14:51

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    When you searched for those tools on Google, what did you find? – user246 May 25 '17 at 13:43
  • Too broad. Do your homework first. What did you found so far? What is your situation? Did you read any reviews? – Peter M. May 25 '17 at 14:28
  • powermapper.com/products/sortsite Sortsite Performs all the above mentioned tests. But unable to perform load test. – Rufus Robert May 25 '17 at 14:29
  • I meant only websites not webapplication – Rufus Robert May 25 '17 at 14:31
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There are commercial tools such as:

There are open source tools, primarily Selenium based tools.

For load testing jmeter is commonly used.

Broken links are often checked through tests which are written to check them, making sure that a 404 is not returned. There are specific tools for this such as https://go.siteimprove.com/broken-link-checker-trial-ppc-en and open source tools such as https://validator.w3.org/checklink from W3C

Spelling is normally checked manually by internal processes. There will not be regression tests for this. So many words will be trade and product specific that it takes a lot of effort to maintain automated spelling checkers for it.

Compatability of devices, browsers and versions is usually a fairly manual process. What is right for a company will depend on many company factors.

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    powermapper.com/products/sortsite Sortsite performs spelling check, broken link test and compatibility test. So except load test it does the above. I meant only website / webpage. I guess your answer was for web application – Rufus Robert May 25 '17 at 14:21
  • My answer is for web pages and web sites. They may or may not be part of an application. – Michael Durrant May 26 '17 at 0:56

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