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From Deepak Shetty <>
Subject Re: Validate an image object on a webpage
Date Wed, 09 Jun 2010 17:53:15 GMT
depends what you mean by 'loaded properly'
You can assert that the images are present in the HTML. You can request the
images (automatically or manually). You can check that the server gives a
valid response, You can check file sizes.
However you cannot easily check render properties (e.g. would the browser
have shown the image within the boundaries or did the image overflow or even
is the image data correct)


On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 10:25 AM, Zakir Sayed <> wrote:

> Is it possible to verify that an image object on a website page is
> successfully loaded through functional testing on Jmeter? The test case
> is to validate that all the images (png or jpeg) are loaded properly at
> any given request time for a website. There are several pages that needs
> validations like this and each page could have 5-6 images to test.
> --
> Zakir Sayed | Quality Assurance Tester | iolo technologies, LLC |
> Makers of System Mechanic(r), the #1 Best-selling PC Tune-up Software
> Stay Tuned(tm)

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