What Should I Take Care Of When Creating Cross-Browser Scripts?

When you are creating cross-browser scripts, you might encounter one or more of the following issues:
  • When recording a script for cross-browser testing, Micro Focus recommends using Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge, as a script recorded with Silk Test Classic against Internet Explorer might slightly differ in comparison to a script recorded on one of the other browsers.
  • Different attribute values. For example, colors in Internet Explorer are returned as "# FF0000" and in Mozilla Firefox as "rgb(255,0,0)".
  • Different attribute names. For example, the font size attribute is called "fontSize" in Internet Explorer 8 or earlier and is called "font-size" in all other browsers, for example Internet Explorer 9 or later and Mozilla Firefox.
  • Some frameworks may render different DOM trees.