How does your website look in different browsers?

How does your website look in different browsers?

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I have recently come across this nifty little website called BrowserShots where you can test your web design in different browsers. This is great for web designers and web developers alike who need to save time and see what a particular website looks like on other peoples computers.

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It is a free open-source online service and when you submit your web address, it will be added to the job queue. A number of distributed computers will open your website in their browser. Then they will make screenshots and upload them to the central server so you can see what your website looks like on different browsers. Its really nifty!

Browsers suported include Internet Explorer, Epiphany, Firefox, Galeon, Iceweasel, Konqueror, Opera and Safari and on different platforms including Mac and PC.

  • Link to BrowserShots
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6 thoughts on “How does your website look in different browsers?”

  1. Hi Jacob,

    Thanks for the link, was looking for a solution as i’m working on my new blog and it doesn’t seem to want to load the stylesheet in some browers or for some people or whatever – very frustrating, but i’m sure i’ll get it.

    Overall just wanted to say keep up the good work – I first came across your Blog via your mum of all people on a forum called flying solo – she is very proud of you and rightly so, you are doing a fantastic job with your blog and business.


  2. Good. Rather than cross browser checking, it allows to check in different Operating System but lacks the support of Internet Explorer.

  3. Merhabalar ek gelir isteyen , günde sadece 2 saar internet kuallanabilecek arkada?lar buyrun i?imizle tan???n….

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