Test Your Website Design In Different Browsers In Minutes

With many different operating systems, many browsers and different browser versions the design of a website can look different to every user.

Testing your website in different browsers easily is possible.

Website Browser Test

Browsershots makes screenshots of your web design in different browsers. It is a free open-source online service created by Johann C. Rocholl. 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.

  • Great tool. Beats having to download different browsers – which is also impossible.

  • That is really a useful website ,after testing it,I could fix several problems by checked different broswers.

    You can visit my website http://www.oxotrade.com to check there’s still problems?

  • Glad I just found your wordpress blog through Google.

    Found just what I was looking for, thanks =)

    Btw, wat plugins are you using??

  • @Black Hat Millionaire,

    Great to hear WRD helped.

    I’m not using that much plugins. WP-Cache is my favorite & nothing that specific :).

  • Great tool
    thanks

  • Hi, I am having a problem with my site. It is not showing correctly in internet explorer 6. I used the screen shot and at one point it did not even show the site and at the other it shows my head image two times. is my site: http://www.tatesjourney.com. can anyone help please?

  • BrowserSeal is a new web browser screenshot application that you may find useful. It is probably the fastest screenshot tool available, especially for web sites with scrollbars.

    Fully functional free beta version is available for download from http://www.browserseal.com

    It is under active development and new features as well as more browsers will be added in the future.

  • I have to same problem with my site. It doesn’t show properly on IE 6.0.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance,

  • KJ

    Hmm, It states it can not resolve the IP address?? Anyone knows how this might be happening?

    Thanks in advance,

  • Ty truly useful link 😀 and Dillo 0.8.6 / Ubuntu 8.04 shows differently 😀

  • traeh

    One thing I’m trying to figure out is what zoom my website will appear at on most computers. It seems like the default zoom on most computers is 120%.

    At any rate, the screen shots that browsershots takes seem always to be at 120%. I say that because when I view my website on Google Chrome at a 120% zoom, it looks to be about the same zoom that browsershots shows on all the browsers.

    Should I conclude that most computers will see a zoom of 120% when they load my webpage? I ask because whatever the default zoom of most computers is, makes a big difference in how most computers will display a webpage — and thus in how web designers should plan websites…

    Thank you in advance for any help with my question…

  • great tool

    found that MSExplorer shows errors on my index page…
    opps! can’t seem to get rid of them though…
    can someone using MSExplorer 6 have a look
    for me – http://www.silverbullet.co.uk

    many thanks….

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