To be effective in analyzing and reproducing errors in a Web environment, you need to have a command over the operating environment. You also need to understand how environment-specific variables may affect your ability to replicate errors. With the application of some of the skills covered in this article, I hope that your Web testing experience will be less frustrating and more enjoyable.
Remember that nothing will replace your testing skills -- your ability to come up with good test cases, ask relevant what-if questions, keep careful notes, and methodically investigate hard-to-reproduce errors. It is these skills that will assist you in finding not only the errors that you are investigating, but also the undiscovered errors that are related to them.
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