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Assert against CSS properties (color, opacity, font size, etc)

As a user, I'd like to ensure that the CSS properties of the system under test do not deviate from expected values by asserting against the known CSS properties of a given page element. This would be especially useful in cross-browser compatibility testing.

  • Guest
  • Oct 22 2019
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  • Gregory Goldshteyn commented
    7 Feb 10:34pm

    Here at Fox Corporation, we also have some tools that a very visual and color-coded on the UI side, would live to have the native feature.

  • Guest commented
    2 Apr, 2020 11:50am

    I also want this support via Mabl as we have some cases to validate the colours as per responses.
    For instance:

    a)compliant. - Green

    b)non-compliant. - Orange

    c)partially compliant. - Yellow

    d)N/A - Grey

  • Chris Amos commented
    17 Mar, 2020 09:11pm

    The ability to add some sort of visual assertion which can fail a test would be very helpful.

  • Guest commented
    13 Dec, 2019 06:43pm

    Can we have this for XPath too? This would be super helpful! 

  • Brent Engelman commented
    28 Oct, 2019 08:12pm

    This seems very useful. We could definitely use this on places where the words don't change but if it highlighted or grayed out to show a change behind the scenes.

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