[Webtest] Question about the Menu test which wrote in Javascript

Marc Guillemot Marc Guillemot <mguillemot@yahoo.fr>
Tue, 3 Apr 2007 23:11:55 -0700 (PDT)


currently the hover events are not supported (you can open an issue by
htmlunit). As a workaround depending on your page you may call the js code
directly or perhaps even simpler: if the pulldown-option-list is just hidde=
but already exists in the html code, then you can access it directly as
WebTest doesn't "see" what is hidden and what is not.


xnc ceth wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I am new to Canoo Webtest. I got a problem when I propose to test a menu=
> which wrote in Javascript. Because the menu should give a=20
> pulldown-option-list when the mouse just hover on(not by 'click' or=20
> 'select'), so how can I test this function? How do I know if the menu
> works=20
> fine. e.g. if the menu includes the write text(for a complex situation:=
> with i18n), if the pulldown-list at the right place and so on. Is there
> any=20
> canoo-tags like '<hoveron>' or something in this way?
> Thanks for help
> xn.ceth
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