[rspec-users] I want RSpec for CSS layout.
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Sat Aug 30 15:38:59 EDT 2008
I do some CSS testing through selenium and screw-unit-server.
Mainly checking what the style properties of certain dom elements are
I use selenium-grid to invoke the different browsers.
Defining what is 'correct' seems a big difficulty.
Sometimes a little variation in rendering is ok and in other designs it
I've been playing with the idea of inspecting the position of elements
in a page from the dom and using this to generate a SVG layout style
document. I'm thinking more position rather than colours/fonts. At
somepoint when I'm happy with the design I can generate this SVG and
then check against this to see if the layout matches as things change.
Nice thing about SVG is that its easy to change and has a visual
representation to be inspected. The SVG becomes like the spec.
my two cents.
Scott Taylor wrote:
> On Aug 29, 2008, at 2:39 PM, Dan North wrote:
>> ooh, that would be lovely.
>> LayoutBehave anyone?
> Well, I don't see why there couldn't be one, assuming there was a CSS
> parser out there.
> I've started a treetop CSS2 parser, but just don't have the time to
> devote to it. Anyone interested?
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