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08-04-2011, 02:30 AM
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Hi Friends,
I would like to check my website in different browsers and resolutions to make sure it appears properly everywhere. I was thinking,is there any website that allows you to view how the webpage would appear across different browsers and resolutions.

I am not looking for Validator websites,i am looking for actual websites that shows you the real simualtion.

Your help would be appreciated.
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This was a spammer, but I'll briefly answer anyway...

The best way to accomplish this is to actually install the browsers and test it yourself. Same for the OS -- a good designer should own both a Mac and Windows. If you want, I'd even suggest Linux (Xubuntu), and test it there. That's the only 100% reliable method.

There are some sites that claim to do this, but they rarely give accurate results.

The most popular one is http://browsershots.org -- but again, not 100% reliable like DIY would be.

And you only need to test current browser anyway, For example, IE8 and newer. IE7 and older makes up less than 1% of users.


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