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Laravel test CSS

This package allows you to easily add custom CSS style when running PhpUnit tests. This is especially useful when running Laravel Dusk tests when you use remote fonts (for example from Google) and your screenshots will contain blank space instead of font in case of failure. You can also hide some elements if they are not needed for site functionality and you don't want to display them on screenshots when running Dusk tests.

Installation

  1. Run

    composer require mnabialek/laravel-test-css --dev

    in console to install this module (Notice --dev flag - it's recommended to use this package only for development).

  2. If you use Laravel < 5.5 open config/app.php and in providers section add:

    Mnabialek\LaravelTestCss\Providers\LaravelTestCss::class,

    Laravel 5.5 uses Package Auto-Discovery and it will automatically load this service provider so you don't need to add anything into above file.

  3. Optional step: If you need to adjust style rule you can add LARAVEL_TEST_CSS_STYLE= in your .env file or publish configuration file. By default style rule looks like this:

    html * { font-family: sans-serif !important; }

    so default font will be used for all HTML elements to display valid texts when running Laravel Dusk tests and taking screenshots in case of failure

Usage

This package will automatically add custom styles just before </head> HTMl tag. Be aware this package add stylesheets only when environment is set to testing and when response is in text/html format.