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  • #25191

    Roughnite
    Member

    Hi guys, im still an apprentice web designer and i mostly just test my websites in firefox and safari, and dont even bother with internet exploder. But can anyone suggest some kind of app or website to easily test a website across different browsers without actually opening each browser? Ive seen several sites that offer that service but they are either very limited or want $$

    #59281

    TheDoc
    Moderator

    Why don’t you just download those browsers? I wouldn’t have it any other way.

    #59610

    Hugo
    Member

    Yeah download them. I have right here:
    Mozilla Firefox 3.0.11
    Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5, 6, 7 (IETester)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer 8
    Apple Safari 4
    Google Chrome
    Opera 9.64

    If you don’t want to install those browsers there’s this website, http://browsershots.org/ . It usually takes quite some time, but you can test a lot there.

    #59635

    mattvot
    Member

    I use IETester for IE versions:
    http://www.my-debugbar.com/wiki/IETester/HomePage

    It’s not perfect, but it does the job. I think it is what chris uses too.

    #172651

    Ghostlab
    Participant

    Vanamco make a great browser testing tool called Ghostlab

    CHECK IT OUT HERE Ghostlab

    It synchronizes scrolls, clicks, reloads and form input across all connected clients. This means what you’re testing is not the simple page load, but the full user experience.

    We also have a built in inspector to check and debug errors on devices remotely.

    Basically you can set up any javascript enable client out of the box, no set up time or effort.

    #276464

    deekshaagarwal1995
    Participant

    Hi Roughnite,

    Your problem is very genuine and many of us face this in our day to day life. You can download two, three, four browsers at max but you can’t download all of them. Many people still use IE 7, but latest machines on windows come with the latest default IE and downgrading it is difficult. Similarly, you can’t test safari (at least latest versions) on windows and IE on mac (machines).

    You have to find a solution in the cloud. http://www.lambdatest.com can help you by providing a cloud solution on which you get on premise access to any of the browser, browser version, operating system, and Device.

    Hope that might solve you problem.

    Cheers

    #282622

    PapaJohn
    Participant

    I use Google Chrome and think that it is great browser!

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