eValid -- Automated Web Quality Solution
Browser-Based, Client-Side, Functional Testing & Validation,
Load & Performance Tuning, Page Timing, Website Analysis,
and Rich Internet Application Monitoring.
These settings help select the operating mode of eValid during a site analysis run.
Here are explanations for the options shown above.
- Background Mode (Quick). The fastest Site Analysis execution mode. Pages are downloaded and scanned quickly, and images are checked for availability. (See product documentation for a complete explanation of this option.)
- Background Mode (Normal). This is the normal mode for Site Analysis runs. Pages are fully analyzed and images are checked for availability. (See product documentation for a complete explanation of this option.)
- Display Startup Dialog Box. If you choose this option eValid will show you a dialog box before starting the search. This will give you an opportunity to arrange eValid's report and other windows on the screen to the most convenient locations.
- Skip Top Page Refresh. If you choose this option, eValid will not update the starting page.
- Always Hold Focus. In Full Browser Mode operation, you can choose to have eValid always hold window focus (this is the preferred setting), or you can turn this feature off so you can use the desktop during your search.
- Auto-close New Browser Windows. During Full Browser Mode operation, eValid can automatically close all new-window popups (this is the preferred setting). If you don't choose this option and eValid visits a page that asks for your attention for some reason the search will stop until you handle the popup.
- Delete Cache on Start of Site Analysis. If you choose this option eValid will delete the current contents of the cache befor starting the Site Analysis run.
- Never Use Cache During Site Analysis. If you choose this option eValid will do the Site Analysis run without using the cache. This means that if a page is referenced multiple times it will be re-downloaded each time.
- Keep Cookies.
eValid keeps any cookies that have been planted by servers in the cache.