Identify Key Landing Pages: Identify the key landing pages critical for your website. These can include the homepage, product pages, service pages, contact page, signup or registration page, and any other landing pages that drive user engagement or conversions.
Review Page Designs: Familiarize yourself with the designs and layouts of the landing pages. Understand the visual elements, navigation menus, forms, call-to-action buttons, and any other components that make up the landing pages.
Verify Page Rendering: Test how the landing pages render in different web browsers and devices. Ensure they are displayed correctly and that the content, images, and formatting are consistent across different platforms.
Validate Links and Navigation: Test all the links on the landing pages to ensure they are functioning correctly. Verify that internal links navigate to the intended pages and external links direct users to the correct destinations. Test navigation menus and ensure they are properly structured and functional.
Test Page Responsiveness: Check the responsiveness of the landing pages across various screen sizes, such as desktops, tablets, and mobile devices. Verify that the pages adapt and display appropriately, maintaining their usability and readability.
Test Form Submissions: If your landing pages contain forms for user input, test the form submissions. Ensure that all fields can be filled out correctly and the form submission process works smoothly. Validate that data is captured accurately and stored correctly in the migrated system.
Verify Content and Messaging: Check the content and messaging on the landing pages. Ensure that the text, headlines, images, and other media are accurately migrated. Pay attention to any dynamic or personalized content and verify it is displayed correctly.
Test Call-to-Action (CTA) Buttons: Test the functionality of call-to-action buttons on the landing pages. Verify that they lead users to the intended actions, such as signups, downloads, purchases, or contact forms. Validate that the buttons are visually appealing and noticeable.
Check SEO Elements: Verify that important SEO elements, such as meta tags, titles, descriptions, and keywords, are correctly migrated and displayed on the landing pages. Ensure that the URLs are SEO-friendly and that any redirects are properly implemented.
Validate Analytics and Tracking: Ensure that any analytics or tracking codes implemented on the landing pages function correctly. Test that data is being collected and reported accurately and that any event tracking or goal conversions are being recorded as expected.
Test Page Load Times: Check the performance and loading times of the landing pages. Measure the page load speed and optimize it to ensure a positive user experience.
Perform Cross-Browser and Cross-Device Testing: Test the landing pages on different web browsers and devices to ensure consistent functionality and appearance. Verify that the pages are accessible and usable across various platforms.
Document Issues: Document any issues, defects, or anomalies encountered during the testing of the landing pages. Provide detailed information about the problem, steps to reproduce it, and any relevant screenshots or error messages.
Prioritize and Resolve Issues: Prioritize the identified issues based on their severity and impact on the landing pages' functionality and user experience. Collaborate with the development or migration team to address and resolve the issues in a timely manner.
Retest Fixed Issues: Once the issues are resolved, retest the fixed landing pages to ensure that the changes have been implemented successfully.