Does your website work and look the same across all websites?

Use these tools to determine if you are leaving key pieces of your design out of sight for your visitors.

Browsera

September 21, 2011

Browsera will notify you of possible cross-browser layout problems it finds while testing your site. Instead of having to check out each screenshot on your own, you’ll get a report detailing which pages have potential problems. You can quickly see the problems indicated as each screenshot is highlighted in the problematic areas. Browsera is like […]

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Adobe BrowserLab

September 21, 2011

Adobe BrowserLab is a free cross-browser compatibility tool that lets you test a number of modern and legacy browsers, including various versions of Chrome, Safari, IE and Firefox. It gives you a number of ways to view pages, get a full-view screenshot, even beneath the fold, or compare how your web page looks in two […]

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Cross Browser Testing

September 18, 2011

With CrossBrowserTesting you can actually test your website ‘live’ by using the browser instead of receiving screenshots or a report showing you what is wrong. This means that you are able to pick up issues regarding JavaScript menus or AJAX functionality that you wouldn’t see with a simple screenshot. url: http://crossbrowsertesting.com/

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BrowserCam

September 6, 2011

BrowserCam‘s Screen Capture Service lets you submit single or multiple URL’s, choose the browsers and operating systems you want to see, and screen captures of your webpage are loaded in the different browsers and operating systems you selected. BrowserCam’s Device Capture service works exactly like our classic screen capture service. The big difference is what […]

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