You can submit your website for testing by the experts by posting it as a project on Expert Testing (formerly called BugFinder).
There are two ways you can get to the page where you submit a project (screen shots below):
- You can click Ask for Help in the header, then “Submit a Website for Bug Testing”.
- You can open the “My Projects” section of your workspace, then click “Submit a Project”.
Once you’re on the page where you can submit your project, follow these steps:
- Enter the name of your project. Keep this descriptive and concise; many people use the name of their website or a description of what it does (such as “travel booking site”).
- Enter the URL to get to your project.
- Fill out the Testing Details so that people who search for bugs will know where to focus their attentions.
- You can select one or more Focus: Functionality, Display Issues, Spelling and Grammar, Security, Feedback, or SEO
- You can select one or more Browser: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, or Opera
- You can select one or more Device: iPad, iPhone, Desktop, Android Tablet, or Android Phone
- Enter a description of your project. This is where you should explain what the website should do, and what you’re looking for from testers. Anything that wasn’t covered in the Testing Details should be included here. Additional description might include language requirements, a description of the site’s intended audience, or a testing deadline.
When you’ve completed the form to create a new project, you can preview it and submit.
Your projects will be listed in your workspace under My Projects.
Submit Project button.
Submit Project from the workspace.
Submit Project page.
Project listed in Workspace.
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