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When creating (or testing) a web page, what HTML tags should I be using to ensure that SilkTest recognizes the objects correctly?

When creating (or testing) a web page, what HTML tags should I be using to ensure that SilkTest recognizes the objects correctly?

Problem:

When creating (or testing) a web page, what HTML tags should I be using to ensure that SilkTest recognizes the objects correctly?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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When creating (or testing) a web page, what HTML tags should I be using to ensure that SilkTest recognizes the objects correctly?

ANSWER
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Sometimes when testing objects in a web application, SilkTest will not recognize the objects correctly.

You will need to ensure that your source code follows the guidelines using the tags as can be seen in the table below:


NB: Please note that the table has not been verified in depth, and so may not be comprehensive or entirely correct. However, it will provide a good standard for determining whether or not SilkTest is working as designed.

Old KB# 21177

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