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May Fri

3 Browsers You Need To Be Testing Your Website With Regularly

  •  5-8-2015

A key step to take when developing a new website is to ensure that it is compatible for different types of browsers. There are several browsers that your website’s visitors may be using, and incompatibility or formatting issues may cause your visitors to quickly click away from your website. This makes your website ineffective. While […]

May Wed

How To Cross Browser Test Any Website For Free

  •  5-6-2015

Every website must be checked periodically to make sure it works with every new browser version. No matter whether your site visitors use Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or something else, each browser puts out updates and new editions every few months or even more frequently. Not keeping your website up to date could mean that […]

May Wed

3 Free Resources For Cross Browser Screenshot

  •  5-6-2015

When you need to create an attractive website to showcase the best of your business, it is important to test your website to make sure that it can function with different browsers. One of the easiest ways to do this is with screenshots. Consider these three free options that you can explore for testing your […]

May Wed

Who Is Still Using Internet Explorer 8

  •  5-6-2015

Internet Explorer 8, which was introduced in 2009, is one of the first Internet browsers people learn how to use. It is very straight forward and has a simplistic design. However, most Americans switch to a different browser for home use. Internet Explorer 8 is one of the least used browsers in the United States, […]

May Wed

4 Possible Mobile Browser Simulators To Help With Website Testing

  •  5-6-2015

An attractive website should be synergized with an efficient structure. In order to make sure that they optimize their potential for traffic, business owners should check their website over several different mobile platforms. If the business owner does not have the device ready, however, one of the best ways to check a website is through […]

May Wed

3 Ways To Handle The Back Button On Infinite Scroll Pages

  •  5-6-2015

As social media sites, such as Twitter and Pinterest, have continued to grow in popularity, more and more users have come their way. However, while these and other sites have strived to become more user-friendly, there are nevertheless various situations that still have many users feeling frustrated. One of these involves the infinite scroll page, […]

May Wed

3 Free Methods For Internet Explorer Cross Browser Testing

  •  5-6-2015

Internet Explorer is one of the most widely used web browsers today and it has come bundled with every version of Windows that has been released for many years. Windows is the operating system of choice for many users, and this is particularly true in business environments. In addition, many people who are not particularly […]

Apr Tue

Cross Browser Testing Solutions – The Ultimate Guide

  •  4-21-2015

If you build it, they will come. Unfortunately, the method they’ll be using to get there is a little more uncertain. Cross browser testing solutions are an essential web development tool, allowing designer and developers to develop and test their application on a variety of platforms at once. There are a multitude of products available, depending on […]

Jun Mon

How To Use Web Fonts Cross Browser

  •  6-16-2014

Today most modern web designs include web fonts which are downloaded on demand by the web browser. Thanks to modern CSS 3 this is possible with the @font-face rule and even older Internet Explorer versions support web fonts. But there are a few things to watch out for and pitfalls to avoid if you want […]

Apr Thu

5 Most Common Browser Compatibility Issues

  •  4-24-2014

It’s great that Internet users have so many browser options. Unfortunately, this creates a lot of work for developers and designers who need to make sure websites are compatible with as many browsers as possible. Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox are pretty much the standard and most used browsers, but there is enough of […]