A test plan for a WordPress website would include the following steps:
- Functional Testing: Test all the functionalities of the website, such as registration, login, post creation, commenting, and contact forms. Verify that all buttons and links are working properly.
- Compatibility Testing: Test the website on different browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) and devices (desktop, laptop, tablet, and mobile) to ensure that it is compatible and responsive.
- Performance Testing: Test the website’s performance under different loads and stress conditions to ensure it can handle a high volume of traffic.
- Security Testing: Test the website’s security by attempting to exploit vulnerabilities, such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting (XSS).
- Usability Testing: Test the website’s usability by having users complete common tasks and gather feedback on their experience.
- Content Testing: Test the content of the website for accuracy, grammar, and spelling errors.
- Automation Testing: Create automated test scripts to test the website’s functionalities and performance.
- Regression Testing: Test the website after each update or change to ensure that it still functions as expected.
It is important to note that a test plan should be a living document, and it should be updated and reviewed regularly as the website evolves.
It’s also important to note that in order to perform a proper test plan, you would need to have a test environment set up, where the website could be tested without affecting the production environment.