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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 […]

Feb Mon

4 Ways Mobile Browser Simulators Can Help Test Websites

  •  2-24-2014

A mobile browser simulator is used to test websites on mobile devices. This is an important aspect of the process. You have Androids, iPhones, iPads, Blackberries, and numerous other devices. And these devices are not uniform. They have different screen sizes, resolutions, operating systems, browsers and more. A developer can no longer afford to just […]

Jan Fri

4 Warnings Signs That You Don’t Cross Browser Test Enough

  •  1-24-2014

There are numerous browser platforms that your website’s visitors may use to access your website, and you may be aware that your website may be formatted differently in each browser. While it may not be feasible to format the website so that it looks perfect in all browsers, you should cross browser test sufficiently to […]

Apr Mon

How 10 Popular Websites Are Displayed in IE 5

  •  4-29-2013

Back in the year 1999 Microsoft released it’s then brand new and up-to-date browser Internet Explorer 5. How much did happen in the last 14 years regarding web technologies and development? Would it still be possible to use this browser? Let’s find out! Please note: We don’t want to judge, it’s perfectly reasonable that very […]

Oct Wed

Why You Should Cross-Browser Test Websites

  •  10-24-2012

If you’re new to web programming, you may assume that your work ends with producing a perfectly working application. You test your website, debug the JavaScript, put it through a stress test and make sure that all is working well. However, many people do not take the effort of ensuring that their site renders and […]

Oct Fri

Why Use a Standalone Cross Browser Testing Tool?

  •  10-19-2012

The browser market today is more saturated than ever before. Compared to just a few years ago when Internet Explorer was the dominant force, browsers such as Chrome and Safari have established their own solid market share. The recent proliferation of mobile devices has only accelerated this trend. Many web designers now have dedicated “mobile […]

Aug Mon

Get your website Internet Explorer 10 ready

  •  8-20-2012

As you’ve surely already heard, the new Windows 8 will be out in October 2012. Microsoft has included lots of new features and bug fixes in this Windows version, including a new Internet Explorer version, version 10. Now every designer, developer and website owner has to make sure that their website will be displayed correctly […]

Aug Mon

Cross-browser test your website in 10 minutes or less

  •  8-20-2012

BrowseEmAll includes over 20 desktop browsers and many mobile simulators. However, testing your website on all of these can take a lot of time. To make your life easier BrowseEmAll includes cross-browser reporting. You just enter the URL and select the browsers you want to test. BrowseEmAll then iterates through all browsers, takes screenshots and […]

Jul Wed

4 Steps to cross-browser test an existing website

  •  7-11-2012

In this post I’ll show you how to cross-browser test your existing website more efficiently. All 4 steps will be performed using the cross-browser testing tool BrowseEmAll. To start off your cross-browser testing we will create a quick overview for all desktop browsers to pinpoint where to investigate further. In steps 1 and 2 we will […]

Apr Tue

6 Steps to reach cross-browser compatibility

  •  4-24-2012

In this article I want to point out the 6 essential steps to reach cross-browser compatibility while not wasting more time than necessary. Ideally, you would cross-browser test your website periodically while developing it. However, you can still follow these steps to test your existing website. Step 1: Decide what browsers you want to support […]