When is a site ready for test automation?

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Short answer: the site should be designed in a way that allows easy and efficient test automation to be implemented.

Simplicity always helps.

The long answer follows.

The majority of times I was involved in a web test automation project, implementing test automation was not easy because the site design was not appropriate. In other words…

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