Additions to the VRT collection

In my last post, I wrote about the first Visual Regression Test I made for the test site. I have now written a couple more, which had a few differences and additions that I think make more sense of the way Gemini tests can be written. Not much more, mind. I've also uploaded the project… Continue reading Additions to the VRT collection

My first Visual Regression Test (VRT)

When I first started at my current workplace, I was told one of my responsibilities would be to move forward with automating our regression testing with VRTs. I had no idea what they were, or how they were implemented. Even after looking at documentation about them, I still felt lost. Whenever people talked about them,… Continue reading My first Visual Regression Test (VRT)

What I learned cutting corners in CSS (using clip-path)

What was the problem So I work for a company that makes adverts. A little while back, we got a new client that wanted some of the boxes in their ad to have cut-off corners. This is part of their brand aesthetic, so not something that could simply be ignored, but also something that provides… Continue reading What I learned cutting corners in CSS (using clip-path)