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malav123
217 100+
Hi,
I am developing website and it is nearly 90% completed.... After completion of my project i want to test my whole project so that it will works error less on different Browsers... So please suggest me tools or softwares to test my website...
thanks in advance....
Apr 2 '08 #1
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well u need to tell which server technology u r using for u website accordingly u can use the softwares..for eg.
if ur using php in ur webpages u acn use easyphp software which contains apache server and phpadmin...and works well in windows..
Apr 3 '08 #2
malav123
217 100+
well u need to tell which server technology u r using for u website accordingly u can use the softwares..for eg.
if ur using php in ur webpages u acn use easyphp software which contains apache server and phpadmin...and works well in windows..


Hi,
I am using the asp.net and sql server, i am also using some ajax controll also in my project....
Apr 3 '08 #3
Nepomuk
3,112 Expert 2GB
I would suggest, to actually TEST it on various browsers. Here are a few examples:
  • Internet Explorer (various Versions, at least 5, 6 and 7)
  • Firefox (Version 2 and 3 BETA)
  • Opera
  • Netscape (old, but some people DO still use it)
  • Konqueror (very common on linux systems)
  • dillo (if there's nothing but HTML, that has to be executed by the browser or if you want to see the page without any plugins)
  • Safari (for all those OS X users out there)
And to view the page in the same way as a webagent (like the Googlebot) would see the page, use one of the following:
  • w3m
  • lynx
  • links / elinks
If you want to test on more browsers (or even devices), check Wikipedia's List of Web browsers (or, for a list sorted by platform, check the german version of that article).

Greetings,
Nepomuk
Apr 8 '08 #4
malav123
217 100+
I would suggest, to actually TEST it on various browsers. Here are a few examples:
  • Internet Explorer (various Versions, at least 5, 6 and 7)
  • Firefox (Version 2 and 3 BETA)
  • Opera
  • Netscape (old, but some people DO still use it)
  • Konqueror (very common on linux systems)
  • dillo (if there's nothing but HTML, that has to be executed by the browser or if you want to see the page without any plugins)
  • Safari (for all those OS X users out there)
And to view the page in the same way as a webagent (like the Googlebot) would see the page, use one of the following:
  • w3m
  • lynx
  • links / elinks
If you want to test on more browsers (or even devices), check Wikipedia's List of Web browsers (or, for a list sorted by platform, check the german version of that article).

Greetings,
Nepomuk




Yes that is right but i am getting different layout of my website on different browsers so how to check where is the problem in my designing part ?

thanks for response...
Apr 8 '08 #5
gits
5,390 Expert Mod 4TB
problems are mostly the result of the lack of correct standards-implementation of the browser itself (often IE problems) or just using non-standards by the developer (often when developing a webapp with IE) ... have a look here for some overviews what the differences might be ...

kind regards
Apr 8 '08 #6
malav123
217 100+
problems are mostly the result of the lack of correct standards-implementation of the browser itself (often IE problems) or just using non-standards by the developer (often when developing a webapp with IE) ... have a look here for some overviews what the differences might be ...

kind regards


Thanks i will study your given link...
Apr 9 '08 #7

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