Pages model, or simulate, the way real world web pages behave. They have a top-level HTML page, which has resources, sometimes referred to in the load-testing world as “assets”. This icon shows an HTML Document and its additional resources.
- Pages are used to gather all of the requests for a given web page or node into one container so that they can easily be understood as a “page” during testing.
- Pages include special timing and can be automatically created from recordings, or manually by user-selection. Once created, pages behave as one unit with a defined “HTML Document”.
The screenshot on the right shows the Clip Editor in Icon view with an expanded page called wikipedia. The background for all "collections" is now dark blue. For pages, resources can be turned checked on or off, whether they are static or dynamic.