Cross browser testing is one of the things I do as a designer/front-end developer. Finding something that is not right on the website or making sure everything works out well is important in every web development. If it’s a mistake, one can miss it out without cross-browser testing (keep reading, there is a fun game at the end of the post).
There are two free useful tools to check your website on several browser platforms:
BrowserShots.org provides a free screenshot of your website in different web browsers. It is totally free, not monthly or upfront cost. It will take a few minutes though for your screenshot to be available, and sometimes you need to extend your waiting time.
IE Net Render is also free but it only provides screenshot of your website on Internet Explorer.
And there are paid services that provide a faster tool to get a screenshot of your website across other browsers, including mobile.
Examples of these website are:
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