Reminds you when you go to a domain by visually changing the window
**Version 2.0 Update - fixed "illegal path" issue for Mac OS users** Software quality assurance analysts know how important it is to be mindful of what environment they're conducting tests in so that they don't make changes in the wrong environment. What makes this difficult is that environments often look identical. Test Assured is a tool that helps users be visually reminded of which environment they're actually in. It allows the user to display a different colored border around the page, per-domain (example: development = green, staging = yellow, production = red) Adding a domain is simple: 1) Navigate to an domain you'd like to be alerted about. 2) Click the Test Assured extension button (red exclamation point) in the top-right corner of the browser 3) Select a color and a border width and click the "Add this domain" button. Test Assured will instantly place a border around the entire window according to your selection. Removing an environment is simple: 1) Navigate to an domain you'd no longer like to be alerted about. 2) Click the Test Assured extension button (red exclamation point) in the top-right corner of the browser) 3) Click the "Remove this domain" button and Test Assure will remove the border. Although there are already more features coming soon, your feedback and support is immensely appreciated. Safe testing!
- (2013-02-28) J. Pablo Fernández: I really like this extension. I wish I could set up wildcard domains though, so I don't have to set up so many domains one by one.
- (2013-02-05) Stefan Stützer: Exact what I'm looking for. Thanks!!
- (2012-09-10) Nicolas Kijak: Very Handy. Keeps me out of trouble.
- (2018-08-17, v:2.1) Meghan Callahan: Way to work with incognito mode?
I test using Chrome's incognito mode, but when closing the session, to removes all of the Test Assured preferences. Is there a way for this to persist, or just the limitations of incognito?
- (2015-06-10, v:2.1) Steven Goldberg: How do I shot web?
Has anyone really been far as decided to use even go want to do look more like?
- (2012-11-26, v:1.0.1) Daniel Magliola: Error while installing on Chrome for MacOS
Hey! I love your app, use it all the time, and it's saved me a bunch of times. I'm now trying to install it in my Macbook, and I get the following error while trying to install: Package is invalid. Illegal path (absolute or relative with '..'): '/images/icon.png' I'm guessing Chrome for Mac doesn't like .. in the path? Anyway, I'd really love being able to use this on my Mac! Thanks!
- (2012-09-06, v:0.0.0.3) Jim Mowbray: Color selection
More color options would be cool!