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URL2Picture: See How Your Site Looks In Every Browser
Apr08

URL2Picture: See How Your Site Looks In Every Browser

People like options. Different people like different browsers and your website needs to cater to this. Maybe you have full faith in your tech guy, or maybe YOU are the tech guy, but every now and then you will probably come across the need to check how a particular part of your site looks on different…

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BrowseEmAll.com – Test Your Site

This new service promises “rapid cross-browser” testing, and that’s exactly what it delivers. On BrowseEmAll.com you can test any site or web app you’ve created on the latest version of all the most important web browsers currently available, and run everything straight from your local machine. You’ll be able to compare DOM and CSS styles on as many different browsers as you want, and plug-ins such as...

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DocsPal.com – The Conversion Of Documents Made Easy

The compatibility of documents can be a potential headache. It is always healthier to have a couple of tools for converting most anything at hand. And if these are web-based tools then you are better off for sure – you can access them merely by typing in a URL, or accessing a bookmarks manager. DocsPal is one of these tools – it lets you convert documents online, and it lets you do it for free. The range of supported...

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MultiBrowserViewer.com – Browser Compatibility Tested

Cross browser testing is one of the necessary evils web developers have to face. Now that Internet Explorer 6 is officially out of the way the situation has certainly become less onerous, but headaches are never that far away for the mere reason there are too many browsers out there to be tested. This software application will let you compare and contrast no less than 16 virtualized browses and 48 screenshot variations. All these...

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LitmusApp.com – Simplifying Compatibility Testing

There is nothing more embarrassing than coming up with what you claim to be an application to write home about only to find that it doesn’t work on this or that browser. Well, if you are making such claims that is unlikely – you will make an effort to test it on anything that boots up. But there are people who don’t have such a chance, like the guy in the garret that comes up with a low-scale project that is still very useful...

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