Site Testing

Webair Site Testing

There are a variety of methods for anyone to conduct a site testing. Webair offers it’s own proxy to help test and ensure your website is both running and running efficiently. A common issue on sites that are not properly tested before it’s launched could experience a latency or a slow response of the website content.



1.1  a) Find and Open Firefox web browser Firefox-Logo-HD-Forwallpapers.com_-1024x964

b) Locate and click on the Open menu option.This is often found on the top right of the screen.

c) From the open menu section find and open the options button 1_1C.

1.2 Once you are in the Options window, you’ll see a variety of tabs.

a)Locate and click on Advance options.1_2a

b)Find and click the Network tab and then settings button under connections. Once inside the network options, find and click the connections section settings.1_3

1.3 In the Connection settings windows, click on Manual proxy configuration and then input information. An example is ,at the HTTP proxy input and for Port box, select 3128.then click OK and close everything out.




Once complete, when you go to visit your sites you will be prompted for a username and password to access the proxy. 1_4 authen screen


These will be contained in the email sent from Webair regarding site testing. It can also be found in Webair’s EZPanel under Work Orders.

Once testing is complete, please remember to remove the proxy setting from your browser!


Safari 5.1.7
Open Safari if it is not already open. logo
1. Choose Safari > Preferences, and then click Advanced.


2. Click Change Settings.
The Network pane of System Preferences opens.

3. Use the information you got from your network administrator to change the proxy settings.


From here then you will see where you need to select Proxy server, input information…





4. Click OK.



Internet Explorer 11

1.1 Open internet explorer  Internet_Explorer_9_logo_2

1.2 Find and select the tools button, it’s often on the top right of the IE screen and will look like this edited IE tools

1.3 From tools , locate and click click on internet options

1.4 Now from the tabs section above,  locate and click on the Connections tab Connections tab_ie 11

1.5 Once you are in the Connection tab, Find the Lan Setting button and click on my lan setting

1.6 Once inside the LAN settings, locate and select The Proxy Server Section. This area will have options to input the Port box, type the port number. Proxy Server Image

1.7 If your network requires separate proxy addresses and port numbers for different services, such as HTTP, HTTPS, or FTP, click the Advanced button, and then type the individual proxy server addresses and port numbers to use.


1.8 When you are finished making changes, click OK, and then click OK again.




Find and open Google Chrome browser.




b) Find and open the customize and control Google Chrome, and select “Settings”1_1b
c) Once in “settings” find and click “Show advanced Settings…” It’s often in the bottom of the setting option window



2.1 When advance setting is selected new options will be come available . NOW find Network options, and click on “ change Proxy settings”

2.2 From this window you will input all the essential Proxy server information to connect to a proxy server.

2_2 settings


2.3 Once you are in Lan setting you can check off the Proxy Server option, configure the IP address and port. Click okay to both close and save your configuration.


2_3 configure proxy server then hit ok




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